The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time onstage, Alan Davies, Olympic puppeteers
Kirsty Lang reports on a new RSC staging of Much Ado About Nothing, starring Meera Syal.
John Wilson pays tribute to Gore Vidal and visits the William Morris Gallery.
Mark Thomas on his father's love of opera; Bernard of Hollywood's Marilyn Monroe photos.
Novelist James Kelman; the verdict on Mark Wahlberg in Ted; Greeks v Trojans at the RSC.
London in the eyes of international photographers; Newton Faulkner; writer Louis Nowra.
Mark Rylance as Richard III reviewed, novelist Herman Koch, and Searching for Sugarman.
The Man Booker Prize longlist; The Doctor's Dilemma reviewed; director Fernando Meirelles.
Mark Lawson speaks to writer Colin Dexter and reviews David Starkey on The Churchills.
Ruby Wax, the latest commission for Tate Modern's Turbine Hall, and The Lorax reviewed.
The Owl and the Pussycat becomes a floating opera, plus Steptoe and Son on stage.
Rapper Ice-T, Tom Hanks' new web project and Monica Mason's farewell to the Royal Ballet.
Madonna's tour reaches the UK, Simon Russell Beale in Timon of Athens, poet Julia Copus.
Hattie Morahan and Dominic Rowan on booing at the theatre, John Lydon and literary letters
Verdict on The Dark Knight Rises, Tate Modern's new Tanks, and film-maker Asif Kapadia.
Eoin Colfer, Catherine the Great's treasures, and the loneliness of the classical soloist.
Mark Lawson meets sculptor Antony Gormley as a new exhibition, Still Standing, opens.
Poet James Fenton interviewed; festival insurance in wet weather; author Nicola Barker.
Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis interviewed; Keira Knightley in an apocalyptic rom-com.
Magic Mike reviewed; crime writer Andrea Camilleri; Twenty Twelve creator John Morton.
Amy Winehouse and Katy Perry documentaries; William Fiennes on Joseph Mitchell; Sam Lee.
Bryn Terfel on Welshness; new scores for Hitchcock; Sinbad on TV; The Shard on opening day
Julian Barnes on Jean Dujardin's new film, Nick Hewer, and a new James Bond exhibition.
Artist Richard Wilson re-creates The Italian Job finale, plus Mark Damazer on The Newsroom
Christopher Eccleston in Blackout; the Chariots of Fire stage running track; ping pong.
John Wilson talks to soul singer Bobby Womack; novelist Jake Arnott; Killer Joe reviewed.
Mark Lawson talks to singer Macy Gray, plus culture minister Ed Vaizey on libraries.
The Amazing Spider-Man reviewed; playwright Joe Penhall; Nora Ephron remembered.
Kirsty Lang reports on the art of Edvard Munch, as a new exhibition opens at Tate Modern.
Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter, Your Sister's Sister reviewed, Jed Mercurio.