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The 2017 Oscar nominations were revealed today, so who's in and who's out?
Irvine Welsh on T2 Trainspotting, the craft of the playwright, The Bird Tribunal.
Sir Peter Bazalgette on his four years as the Chair of Arts Council England.
Author Michael Chabon; urban myths retold on TV; and Opera North's The Snow Maiden.
Apple Tree Yard starring Emily Watson, Mark-Anthony Turnage, sculptor Elisabeth Frink.
Simon Rattle on his first season with the London Symphony Orchestra.
Natalie Portman as Jackie, TS Eliot Prize and should non-Asian actors play Asian roles?
Ben Affleck on his new film Live by Night, and today's V&A announcement.
Cellist Natalie Clein; Lemony Snicket TV drama; The OA; Laura Cumming on Velazquez.
Dev Patel on Lion; a new Bobby Moore drama; Our Dancing Town choreographer Steve Elias.
Bafta nominations, Common Sense, 250 years on from Mozart's first opera, Look North.
Samira Ahmed on the huge artwork installed above Hull. Plus the film Manchester by the Sea
Director Alex Gibney, soul singer Ray BLK, award-winning children's author Brian Conaghan.
Resurrecting actors using CGI, the writer of new BBC1 drama Taboo, poet Alice Oswald.
Damien Chazelle; Bright Lights; David Bowie: The Last Five Years; Keggie Carew.
Remembering John Berger, the Costa Book Awards category winners, Chris Lang on Unforgotten
John Wilson talks to composers Philip Glass, Steve Reich and John Adams about their work.
Actor Liam Neeson; author Christian Jungersen; dancing Mad Hatters; Assassin's Creed.
John Wilson reports from Hull as it prepares to launch as UK City of Culture 2017.
Samira Ahmed celebrates Jane Austen, ahead of next year's 200th anniversary of her death.
With award winners Paul Beatty, Helen Marten, Leonardo DiCaprio and Denise Gough.
Front Row tests knowledge of 2016's cultural events.
Actor and rapper Riz Ahmed discusses his career and a review of Dawn French in Delicious.
Trumpeter Alison Balsom, and a review of Sally Wainwright's Brontë drama To Walk Invisible
Dame Helen Mirren, conductor Ed Gardner, poet Kayo Chingonyi, hairy old rockers.
Barry Jenkins, Agatha Christie's The Witness for the Prosecution, Saint Joan, Meilyr Jones
Martin Freeman and Mark Gatiss on the new Sherlock plus best albums of the year.
Matthew Bourne discusses his stage version of the classic British film The Red Shoes.
Moomins creator Tove Jansson, and the challenges of performing Der Rosenkavalier.
Peter Capaldi on Dr Who, Rogue One - A Star Wars Story, poet Ben Lerner & E R Braithwaite.