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  1. Helena Bonham-Carter; The Human Factor

    Helena Bonham Carter discusses her new film, The Young and Prodigious TS Spivet.

    First broadcast: 12 Jun 2014

  2. Dolly Parton; Fathers and Sons; Wolfgang Tillmans

    Damian Barr talks to Dolly Parton about songwriting and her passion for reading.

    First broadcast: 11 Jun 2014

  3. Antonio Pappano; playwright Anne Washburn; Banksy retrospective

    Antonio Pappano, Devil's Knot review, Anne Washburn on play Mr Burns, Banksy exhibition.

    First broadcast: 10 Jun 2014

  4. Rik Mayall; Folk Art; TV soaps; Prince Buthelezi on Zulu; John Tusa

    Arts news with Matthew d'Ancona, including a tribute to actor and comedian Rik Mayall.

    First broadcast: 09 Jun 2014

  5. Marina Abramovic; Hotel; Emma Healey; Crowd Out

    Performance artist Marina Abramovic discusses her new project 512 Hours.

    First broadcast: 06 Jun 2014

  6. Robert Lindsay; Orange is the New Black; Toumani and Sidiki Diabate; Rake's Progress at the Foundling Museum

    With John Wilson. Robert Lindsay reflects on the challenges of staging a hit musical.

    First broadcast: 05 Jun 2014

  7. Cornelia Parker at the RA Summer Exhibition; News of the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction; Daria Klimentova

    Cornelia Parker at the RA Summer Exhibition; News of the Baileys Prize; Daria Klimentova.

    First broadcast: 04 Jun 2014

  8. 22 Jump Street; Bernard Haitink; Roisin Murphy; The Roof

    Bernard Haitink at 85; 22 Jump Street review; Moloko's Roisin Murphy; The Roof.

    First broadcast: 03 Jun 2014

  9. Terry Gilliam and Edward Gardner, Joshua Ferris, Clean Bandit

    Terry Gilliam and Edward Gardner, Joshua Ferris, Clean Bandit, Fruitvale Station reviewed.

    First broadcast: 02 Jun 2014

  10. Front Row at the Hay Festival

    From the Hay Festival with Lee Child, Michael Morpugo, Julia Donaldson and Cerys Matthews.

    First broadcast: 30 May 2014

  11. Jimmy's Hall; Leonard Cohen biography

    Jimmy's Hall review and three fictional US TV characters take on the British Royal family.

    First broadcast: 29 May 2014

  12. Maya Angelou remembered; Simon Russell Beale; Maleficent reviewed; the art of MF Husain

    Maya Angelou remembered; Simon Russell Beale; Maleficent reviewed; the art of MF Husain.

    First broadcast: 28 May 2014

  13. Venus in Fur; Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti; The Normal Heart; Michael Cunningham

    Kirsty Lang reviews Polanski's Venus in Fur; plus Sikh playwright Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti.

    First broadcast: 27 May 2014

  14. Sir Tim Rice

    Sir Tim Rice discusses writing lyrics for Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, and The Lion King

    First broadcast: 26 May 2014

  15. Margaret Atwood on her first opera, Neel Mukherjee and Quirke

    Margaret Atwood on her first opera, the Glasgow fire, Neel Mukherjee and TV drama Quirke.

    First broadcast: 23 May 2014

  16. Chrissie Hynde; Mondrian season; Miss Saigon

    Chrissie Hynde; Mondrian exhibitions in Margate and Liverpool; Miss Saigon reviewed.

    First broadcast: 22 May 2014

  17. Kathleen Turner and Ian McDiarmid; new Bill Viola installation at St Paul's Cathedral; St Vincent

    Kirsty Lang talks to Kathleen Turner and Ian McDiarmid, starring in play Bakersfield Mist.

    First broadcast: 21 May 2014

  18. Fading Gigolo, Fatboy Slim, Julian Opie, Cannes festival

    Arts news. Fatboy Slim discusses his new album Bem Brasil, and a report from Cannes.

    First broadcast: 20 May 2014

  19. Edmund de Waal; Winner of Young Musician; Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

    Ceramic artist and author Edmund de Waal shows John Wilson around his London studio.

    First broadcast: 19 May 2014

  20. Dawn French, Coldplay album reviewed, Ben Miles on Thomas Cromwell

    Actress, writer and comedian Dawn French, Coldplay reviewed, Ben Miles as Thomas Cromwell.

    First broadcast: 16 May 2014

  21. Gary Kemp; Mr Turner; Kenneth Clark's legacy

    Gary Kemp on starring in a Lional Bart musical; Rachel Johnson on EM Delafield's classic.

    First broadcast: 15 May 2014

  22. Louise Welsh on Penny Dreadful, Oscar Isaac, Nick Payne, and Will Gregory Moog Ensemble

    Penny Dreadful review; actor Oscar Isaac; Goldfrapp's Will Gregory; playwright Nick Payne.

    First broadcast: 14 May 2014

  23. Godzilla reviewed; Ailyn Perez and Stephen Costello in La Traviata

    Godzilla reviewed, Ailyn Perez & Stephen Costello in La Traviata, playwright Peter Bowker.

    First broadcast: 13 May 2014

  24. James McAvoy; Gillian Clarke on Dylan Thomas; Natalie Merchant

    James McAvoy; Gillian Clarke on Dylan Thomas; and Natalie Merchant. With John Wilson.

    First broadcast: 12 May 2014

  25. Hofesh Shechter at the Brighton Festival; Michael Jackson's Xscape; South African theatre; Advanced Style

    A report from the Brighton Festival, where Hofesh Shechter is guest artistic director.

    First broadcast: 09 May 2014

  26. Yinka Shonibare, Water Babies, Akhil Sharma, women film directors

    Yinka Shonibare, Water Babies, Akhil Sharma, women film directors.

    First broadcast: 08 May 2014

  27. Antony Gormley & Simon Starling; Alice Hoffman; David Henry Hwang

    Anthony Gormley and Simon Starling on Henry Moore; Alice Hoffman; Turner Prize shortlist.

    First broadcast: 07 May 2014

  28. Irvine Welsh; The Wind Rises review; Rachel De-lahay

    Irvine Welsh; The Wind Rises review; Rachel De-lahay.

    First broadcast: 06 May 2014

  29. Michael Nyman at 70

    As celebrated composer Michael Nyman turns 70, Kirsty Lang celebrates his life and work.

    First broadcast: 05 May 2014

  30. Fiona Shaw, Edward St Aubyn, Under Milk Wood

    Razia Iqbal talks with Fiona Shaw about her role in The Testament of Mary, by Colm Toibin.

    First broadcast: 02 May 2014

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