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  1. Veronica Mars; Kickstarter; Vivienne Franzmann; Andres Neuman; Fake bands

    The film spin-off of Veronica Mars is the first major Hollywood film to be crowd-funded.

    First broadcast: 12 Mar 2014

  2. Under the Skin; Publicising books; Shetland; Karen Joy Fowler

    Under the Skin reviewed; book publicity tactics; crime drama Shetland; Karen Joy Fowler.

    First broadcast: 11 Mar 2014

  3. Folio Prize winner, Cézanne at the Ashmolean, Jeff Beck

    Guitarist Jeff Beck, plus Damian Barr on the appeal of the gay best friend in movies.

    First broadcast: 10 Mar 2014

  4. Alexander McCall Smith; The Walshes review; Stella Feehily

    Arts news with Samira Ahmed. Alexander McCall Smith discusses The Forever Girl.

    First broadcast: 07 Mar 2014

  5. Elizabeth McGovern; Jamie Lloyd; Poets Laureate

    Arts news with John Wilson, including three poets laureate and a review of The Widower.

    First broadcast: 06 Mar 2014

  6. Guy Garvey; Sir David Frost's memorial; 300 - Rise of an Empire

    Arts news. John Wilson talks to Elbow lead singer Guy Garvey about the band's latest album

    First broadcast: 05 Mar 2014

  7. Vikings at British Museum; John Carter Cash; 37 Days

    John Wilson hears a review of 37 Days, a new drama series set just before World War One.

    First broadcast: 04 Mar 2014

  8. The Grand Budapest Hotel, Marie Darrieussecq; Alan Ayckbourn

    Arts news. Samira Ahmed talks to author Marie Darrieussecq about her new novel All the Way

    First broadcast: 03 Mar 2014

  9. Damon Albarn on going solo; Maxine Peake; Jonathan Yeo; Suranne Jones; Kiran Leonard

    John Wilson presents live from the BBC6Music Festival in Manchester, with Damon Albarn.

    First broadcast: 28 Feb 2014

  10. Marc Almond and John Harle; Willy Russell on Liverpool's Everyman Theatre; Gary Shteyngart

    Marc Almond and John Harle discuss their collaboration The Tyburn Tree with Will Gompertz.

    First broadcast: 27 Feb 2014

  11. Peter Gabriel; Paco Peña; Helen Oyeyemi; Great War in art; Mark Thomas

    Arts news with John Wilson, including an interview with Peter Gabriel about his new film.

    First broadcast: 26 Feb 2014

  12. Stewart Lee, Jonathan Creek, Versailles

    Comedian Stewart Lee interviewed, Jonathan Creek reviewed and Peter Gill on Versailles.

    First broadcast: 25 Feb 2014

  13. The Book Thief; Joseph Rykwert; Isy Suttie; Monologues for black actors

    Arts news, interviews and reviews with John Wilson, including The Book Thief reviewed.

    First broadcast: 24 Feb 2014

  14. Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells; Stalingrad; David Grossman

    Arts news with Tom Sutcliffe, including Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells on their new sitcom

    First broadcast: 21 Feb 2014

  15. Nymphomaniac; Joanne M Harris; Robert Cohan

    Arts news including Antonia Quirke's review of the latest Lars Von Trier film Nymphomaniac

    First broadcast: 20 Feb 2014

  16. Andrew Sachs; Martin Carthy; Awards speeches

    John Wilson talks to actor Andrew Sachs about his new autobiography.

    First broadcast: 19 Feb 2014

  17. Lynda La Plante; Jon Hopkins; The Smoke

    John Wilson talks to Prime Suspect's Lynda La Plante about her new plans for DCI Tennison.

    First broadcast: 18 Feb 2014

  18. Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker; Lesley Sharp; Only Lovers Left Alive

    Arts news with John Wilson, including Lesley Sharp on her stage role in A Taste of Honey.

    First broadcast: 17 Feb 2014

  19. Kevin Spacey, The Lego Movie, Glenn Patterson, film Q&As

    Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including Kevin Spacey on season 2 of House of Cards.

    First broadcast: 14 Feb 2014

  20. Richard Rogers and Norman Foster; Simon Parkes on Brixton Academy; artist George Condo

    Richard Rogers and Norman Foster in a rare interview together. Arts news with John Wilson.

    First broadcast: 13 Feb 2014

  21. Line of Duty; Tom Rob Smith; Oh, What a Lovely War!

    A review of the revival of the 1963 stage classic Oh, What a Lovely War! with Kirsty Lang.

    First broadcast: 12 Feb 2014

  22. Richard Hamilton; The Monuments Men; Enrique Iglesias; Tennessee Williams's hotel plays

    John Wilson visits a new exhibition of work by the late Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern.

    First broadcast: 11 Feb 2014

  23. Armistead Maupin; Folio Prize shortlist; Her; Raphael Wallfisch

    John Wilson talks to American writer Armistead Maupin about his new Tales of the City book

    First broadcast: 10 Feb 2014

  24. Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey; Barkhad Abdi; Salamander

    John Wilson talks to Roger Daltrey and Wilko Johnson about their new joint project.

    First broadcast: 07 Feb 2014

  25. Babylon; The Mistress Contract

    Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong on their TV drama Babylon; a review of The Mistress Contract.

    First broadcast: 06 Feb 2014

  26. David Bailey; Hanif Kureishi; Isabella Rossellini

    Arts news. Kirsty Lang reviews David Bailey's Stardust exhibition.

    First broadcast: 05 Feb 2014

  27. Reece Shearsmith; David Hockney prints; Blockbusters

    Mark Lawson talks to actor and comedian Reece Shearsmith about his new series Inside No 9.

    First broadcast: 04 Feb 2014

  28. Angela Lansbury, Richard Deacon, Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Mark Lawson talks to actress Angela Lansbury, who is about to star in Blithe Spirit.

    First broadcast: 03 Feb 2014

  29. The Bridge stars, Jonathan Lethem, RS Thomas

    Arts news with Mark Thomas, including the strange case of RS Thomas and the crisp packet.

    First broadcast: 31 Jan 2014

  30. Ralph Fiennes, EL Doctorow, The Last Leg

    Arts news with Mark Lawson, including Ralph Fiennes on directing The Invisible Woman.

    First broadcast: 30 Jan 2014

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