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Director Ron Howard discusses his documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week.
Man Booker shortlist, Amos Oz, Wilfredo Lam exhibition, and Blair Witch.
Julie Walters on sexual offences, Nicole Farhi on hands, Gillian Slovo on prison letters.
Reviews of Hell or High Water and Nick Cave's album, and Aravind Adiga on his new novel.
Bridget Jones director Sharon Maguire, actor and comedian Liz Carr, author Ann Patchett.
Looking at a new V&A exhibition, a Ben Hur remake and Maggi Hambling at the British Museum
Viggo Mortensen on Captain Fantastic and Jay McInerney on his new novel set in Manhattan.
Maxine Peake and Sarah Frankcom, Mike Bullen on new Cold Feet, neon art, Star Trek at 50.
News, reviews and interviews from the worlds of art, literature, film and music.
Art inspired by Reading gaol's most famous inmate, Bjork goes digital at Somerset House.
Kenneth Branagh's The Entertainer, Sausage Party review, Herman Koch on his new novel.
Ian McEwan on writing from the point of view of a foetus, and Gene Wilder in his own words
Poldark screenwriter Debbie Horsfield, 150 years of HG Wells, punk activist Joe Corre.
Antony Sher and Gregory Doran on King Lear. Plus gaming from a writer's point of view.
Casualty at 30, Madeleine Thien, Bad Moms, Thomas Ostermeier.
John Wilson talks to Daisy Goodwin, writer of ITV's new drama series Victoria.
Clive James' passion for box sets, boxer Joe Joyce on painting, and conductor Marin Alsop.
John Wilson talks to music legend Quincy Jones ahead of his BBC Prom.
David Walliams and Francesca Simon on Roald Dahl, Jack and Harry Williams, Picasso's plays
Tim Minchin's musical of Groundhog Day reviewed and Pedro Almodovar on his film Julieta.
The people who scout for talent at the Fringe, plus Scottish singer Karine Polwart.
With Ricky Gervais, Ben Bailey Smith, Henry Naylor, Rory Bremner and Ayesha Hazarika.
John Wilson is in Edinburgh with guests including Philippa Gregory and Liz Lochhead.
40 years on from the release of Anarchy in the UK, what is the legacy of punk?
Jamie Cullum at the Proms, Greek crime writer Petros Markaris, artists in residence, Nerve
Alexander McCall Smith on The Bertie Project, the latest in his 44 Scotland Street series.
Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down, Krys Lee, Allegro at 70, Windsor racecourse's resident artist
Samira Ahmed talks to artist Conrad Shawcross and reviews The Glass Menagerie.
Yerma starring Billie Piper, Todd Solondz on Wiener Dog, Kirill Gerstein on Tchaikovsky.
The Mercury Prize shortlist and playwrights Colin Spencer and Jon Brittain on gay theatre.