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Changes at Shakespeare's Globe, a new Design Museum, and Boyz n the Hood 25 years on.
Jude Law as pope; painter Paul Nash; The Word; do ballet stories always have to be old?
Chrissie Hynde on her new Pretenders album Alone, and The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture.
Stella Duffy discusses her novel London Lies Beneath, and Yves Klein in Liverpool.
Ali Smith discusses her Brexit-era novel, Autumn, with Samira Ahmed.
Ken Loach on I Daniel Blake; Rodin and Dance at the Courthauld; Suggs on new Madness album
Phil Collins discusses his new memoir, and poets Carol Ann Duffy and Gillian Clarke.
Pioneer black star Earl Cameron, musician David Gledhill, Simon Callow on David Gascoyne.
Reaction to Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize for Literature, Dario Fo remembered, Tutankhamun on TV
Andrea Arnold's American Honey, playwright Ella Hickson, and George Monbiot on loneliness.
Director Mira Nair and Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o discuss their film Queen of Katwe.
Kwame Kwei-Armah on Cassius Clay, and Kate Tempest describes writing Let Them Eat Chaos.
Blood Father, Beyond Caravaggio, and Oasis documentary Supersonic.
Louis Theroux on My Scientology Movie, and PJ Harvey marks National Poetry Day.
Picasso Portraits show, Phyllida Lloyd on The Tempest, and Mike Figgis on virtual reality.
The winners of the BBC National Short Story Award and Young Writer's Award are announced.
Tom Stoppard discusses his play Travesties and Brexit plus The Girl on the Train reviewed.
David Greig, Van Gogh, Westworld, medieval embroidery, David Bintley and Sally Beamish.
Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg on Deepwater Horizon, pianist Melvyn Tan, author Maria Semple
As he approaches his 80th birthday, composer Steve Reich looks back over his career.
Samira Ahmed talks to Gillian Anderson about the new series of The Fall.
Actor Dominic Cooper discusses The Libertine, a tour of the Turner Prize shortlist.
John Wilson talks to ballet star Tamara Rojo and former Vogue director Grace Coddington.
Hull's City of Culture 2017 programme, Emma Donoghue's new novel, Ira Sachs, K J Orr.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks on her slave drama.
Daniel Radcliffe on two new films; South African Artist William Kentridge on Thick Time.
Emeli Sande, BBC National Short Story Award, Abstract Expressionism.
Jimmy Page and the lost Led Zeppelin tracks, and Martin Roth on why he is quitting the V&A
Sam Neill talks about new film Hunt for the Wilderpeople and his mentor James Mason.
Director Ron Howard discusses his documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week.