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Zaha Hadid's new Science Museum gallery, film editor Anne V Coates, Office Christmas Party
Dreamgirls composer Henry Krieger, Australia's Impressionists and Peter Vaughan remembered
Author Lee Child discusses short stories inspired by Edward Hopper paintings.
Alison Steadman on Abigail's Party, Pride and Prejudice, and Gavin & Stacey.
City Sculpture Projects 1972, Strictly Ballroom the Musical, Moana.
Robert Rauschenberg at the Tate, the poetry of Philip Larkin, This is Us reviewed.
A review of Clint Eastwood's 35th film as a director, and novelist Robert Olen Butler.
Rolling Stones new album reviewed, Miles Teller on Bleed For This, The Last Poets.
Mel Giedroyc, Gemma Wheelan & Maria Friedman showcase new musicals, writer Penelope Lively
William Finnegan, winner of Sports Book of the Year, and poet Paul Muldoon on Johnny Cash.
Mark Rylance and Claire van Kampen on Nice Fish, Anselm Kiefer on Walhalla, Chi-raq review
Adam Driver; the Costa Book Awards shortlists are announced for the five categories.
William Trevor obituary, Zadie Smith on her latest novel and Lucy Kirkwood's new play.
Actor Ed Harris discusses bringing Sam Shepard's play Buried Child to the London stage.
Who's won the Hepworth Prize for Sculpture? The New Art Gallery Walsall closure.
Author Paulo Coelho, Japanese anime film Your Name, Philippe Sands on non-fiction.
David Oyelowo on A United Kingdom, and the controversy of Van Gogh's lost sketchbook.
The filmmakers behind JK Rowling's screenwriting debut and Sex Pistol Steve Jones.
A rare interview with the singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, whose death was announced today
The TV adaptation of Zadie Smith's novel NW, and artist Norman Ackroyd in his studio.
With Andrew Lloyd Webber on School of Rock, and actor and director Ewan McGregor.
John Wilson explores the role of art in the regeneration of the north east of England.
R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe and Mike Mills on the album Out of Time, 25 years after its release
Actor Michael Fassbender on his new film, Neel Mukherjee reads Twain's Huckleberry Finn.
Stephen Daldry on The Crown, novelist Linda Grant, Francesca Simon on The Scarlet Letter.
Our Loved Boy, Flaming June returns home, Kit de Waal's unread classic, fireworks as art.
Actress Amy Adams on sci-fi film Arrival and composer and conductor John Rutter.
Sting on his new album; David Bowie's curator; Ian McDiarmid and Chris Hannan; Mark Haddon
Superhero film Doctor Strange, Tasmin Little on Vivaldi, Elena Ferrante's new book.
Michael Longhurst and Lucian Msamati discuss their new NT production of Amadeus.