Arts news, interviews and reviews.
BBC Radio 4
Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon discuss the first new Blur album in 16 years.
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Damian Lewis and Daniel Evans, Sam Lee, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence.
The Good Lie, Dominic Dromgoole, Loudon Wainwright III, Lib Dems' arts policy.
Toni Morrison on her new novel; Indigenous Australia exhibition; Peter Kay's Car Share.
Antony Gormley; Madam Secretary review; Who Cares writer and director; Borodin Quartet.
Horse racing film Dark Horse, National Theatre changes, artist Luke Jerram, Danai Gurira.
Gypsy, Martin Parr, Hermitage Museum director, newly discovered Tennessee Williams drama.
John Wilson discusses Child 44, starring Tom Hardy, and a new Francis Bacon exhibition.
Alan Rickman on directing A Little Chaos, the art of Sonia Delaunay and Punchdrunk Theatre
The Baileys shortlist and a stage adapation of the Dear Lupin letters. With Samira Ahmed.
John Wilson talks to poet Michael Horovitz, plus the portrayal of drone warfare in film
Arts news with John Wilson, including Ray Davies on The Kinks musical Sunny Afternoon.
Helen Mirren talks to John Wilson about her new film, Woman in Gold.
Arts news with Samira Ahmed, including Jo Nesbo on his new thriller Blood on Snow.
John Wilson travels to Oxfordshire to meet the queen of folk, Peggy Seeger.
Clive James talks to Kirsty Lang about his new poetry collection, Sentenced to Life.
Roger McGough on the National Poetry Competition, plus a review of Code of a Killer.
Nick Cave, Sweeney Todd review, Peter Ackroyd on Hitchcock, an Eric Ravilious exhibition.