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Arts news with Mark Thomas, including the strange case of RS Thomas and the crisp packet.
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Arts news with Mark Lawson, including Ralph Fiennes on directing The Invisible Woman.
Matthew McConaughey on Dallas Buyers Club; Nathan Filer; Mary Chapin Carpenter.
Arts news with Juliet Stevenson in Beckett's Happy Days, and documentary The Armstrong Lie
Arts news, interviews and reviews with Kirsty Lang.
John Wilson reports on the world's biggest art theft, still unsolved. (R)
Martin Bailey and Kirsty Lang visit the National Gallery to see Van Gogh's Sunflowers.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including neth Branagh on directing Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.
Simon Russell Beale on King Lear, plus author Lucy Hughes-Hallet, and film script secrecy.
Josie Rourke on directing The Weir, and Julie Hesmondhalgh on leaving Coronation Street.
Mark Lawson meets Kate Atkinson, winner of the novel category in the Costa Book Awards.
Joyce Carol Oates on new novel Carthage; special effects on screen; The Musketeers return.
Mark Lawson talks to some of the nominees for this year's Oscars.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including cellists Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd Webber.
Christos Tsiolkas, author of The Slap, discusses his new novel Barracuda with Mark Lawson.
Arts news with John Wilson, including the winner of the TS Eliot Prize for poetry.
Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including Colin Firth on The Railway Man.
John Wilson on the arts in Istanbul, including an interview with the novelist Orhan Pamuk.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including Guy Burt on writing The Bletchley Circle.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including Graeme Simsion on his surprise hit The Rosie Project
Arts news, interviews and reviews. Steve McQueen talks about 12 Years a Slave.
Arts news, reviews and interviews, including Naomie Harris on playing Winnie Mandela.
Arts news, including Last Vegas reviewed, Jarvis Cocker and Martin Wallace, and Tom Price.
Kirsty Lang explores the rise of box sets and streaming versus traditional television.