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Juliet Stevenson, Niamh Cusack and Michelle Terry on playing Rosalind. With Kirsty Lang.
A report from Leeds as the Maclise Waterloo cartoon is unveiled. Kirsty Lang presents.
Danny Boyle discusses new arts centre Home, plus A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night reviewed
Carry On star Jim Dale, Will Young and the winner of the Man Booker International Prize.
Kirsty Lang speaks to Amir Amirani, the director of documentary film We Are Many.
Bradley Cooper talks about playing Joseph Merrick in The Elephant Man on stage.
The set design for U2's new show and the legacy of BB King. Kirsty Lang presents.
David Hockney discusses his troubled relationship with perspective. Kirsty Lang presents.
Mad Max: Fury Road reviewed, and Alabama Shakes on their latest album. With John Wilson.
The Virginia Woolf ballet Woolf Works and 2015's Turner Prize shortlist. With Samira Ahmed
The English National Opera's production of The Pirates of Penzance. With Samira Ahmed.
A review of The Affair and an interview with artist Michael Craig-Martin. With John Wilson
Kate Atkinson on her latest novel A God in Ruins and the 56th Venice Biennale reviewed.
Spooks moving to the big screen and singer-songwriter Meklit Hadero. With Kirsty Lang.
John Wilson talks to the American composer Philip Glass about his life and music.
Kristin Scott Thomas on playing the Queen in The Audience on stage.
A review of Everyman at the National Theatre and artist Idris Khan. With Samira Ahmed.
James Graham and Josie Rourke on The Vote, novelist Anthony Doerr and Home Fires.
Alan Parker on Bugsy Malone, new spy thriller TV series The Game and poet Eleanor Rees.
Jonathan Pryce as Shylock, a Far from the Madding Crowd film and Ronnie Wood.
Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon discuss the first new Blur album in 16 years.
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.