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Kirsty Lang reviews Kevin Spacey as Shakespeare's Richard III and meets Evelyn Glennie.
Mark Lawson talks to Trevor Eve and reviews Robert Redford's film The Conspirator.
With John Wilson. Tom Hanks in the film Larry Crowne; Damon Albarn and Duane Eddy.
Mark Lawson meets novelist Philip Roth, winner of the Man Booker International Prize 2011.
Kirsty Lang finds out more about composer Arthur Wood, whose music introduces The Archers.
With Kirsty Lang, who reports on an exhibition of 60 distinctive images of the Queen.
Mark Lawson reports on a major Magritte exhibition opening in Liverpool.
Mark Lawson talks to Christos Tsiolkas, whose novel The Slap generated considerable debate
Mark Lawson talks to film director Stephen Frears on his 70th birthday.
Mark Lawson with an extended interview with Booker prize-winning writer Alan Hollinghurst.
Kate Winslet in Mildred Pierce reviewed; a theatre tests out its seating plans.
Shrek the Musical, and the winner of the Art Fund Prize announced.
John Wilson talks to architect Zaha Hadid in Glasgow; Life in a Day reviewed.
William H Macy, and new Mel Gibson film The Beaver.
Mark Lawson meets actor Kristin Scott Thomas and reviews Terry Pratchett's TV documentary.
Kirsty Lang meets Julian Barratt and Doon Mackichan as they take on a classic Russian play
Mark Lawson reports on a new staging of Arnold Wesker's play Chicken Soup with Barley.
With Mark Lawson, including new Children's Laureate Julia Donaldson and John Berger.
John Wilson talks to Ray Davies and Derren Brown, and reviews French thriller Point Blank.
Rolando Villazón on opera and pop and Kaiser Chiefs on their pick and mix new album.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with actor Dominic West.
John Wilson meets Frankie Valli - frontman of The Four Seasons, and novelist Ali Smith.
With Mark Lawson, including Julian Barnes on tennis, and a review of the film Senna.
Mark Lawson reassesses the plays of Terence Rattigan in his centenary year.
Kirsty Lang reports on the role of the war correspondent.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with actor Rob Lowe, as he publishes a memoir.
Mark Lawson meets Martin and Eliza Carthy and reviews James Corden in a Goldoni comedy.
Film producer Peter Bart on the stories behind films such as The Godfather.
With Mark Lawson. Beryl Bainbridge's last novel and Germaine Greer on Australian Art.
Chinese pianist Lang Lang, Patrick Stewart as Shylock and food as theatre.