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Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson. Frederick Forsyth on his new novel, Cobra.
The Illusionist; John Harris on Pink Floyd covers; the Fourth Plinth shortlist unveiled.
Highlights from the Edinburgh Fringe, including drama, comedy and music, with Mark Lawson.
Reviewing Angelina Jolie's starring role as a renegade CIA agent in Salt.
The Expendables; Jonathan Harvey on his new play Corrie!; crime writer MC Beaton.
Philippa Gregory on her new historical novel about Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII.
Kirsty Lang discusses new TV talent show Must be the Music. Plus playwright Enda Walsh.
John Wilson meets producer William Orbit, and Romantics at Tate Britain.
John Wilson reviews Black Dynamite, a spoof of 70s Blaxploitation films.
With Kirsty Lang, including oud player Khyam Allami and novelist Tom McCarthy.
Kirsty Lang meets Karl Marlantes, whose Vietnam war novel is based on his own experiences.
Kirsty Lang reviews Earthquakes in London at the National Theatre.
Bjork on the Moomins; the cultural regeneration of Scarborough; an Elizabethan thriller.
James Nesbitt and Minnie Driver star in TV submarine drama The Deep.
Mark Lawson meets Karin Slaughter and Jeff Deaver at Harrogate's Crime Writing Festival.
James Mangold on Knight And Day and directing A-list stars such as Tom Cruise.
Remakes of The Karate Kid and The A-Team reviewed; Stewart Lee analyses his stand-up act.
Mark Lawson discusses the songs and shows of Stephen Sondheim, who is 80 this year.
M Night Shyamalan on The Last Airbender, and news of the Booker longlist.
Mark Lawson has the verdict on Oliver Stone's new documentary, South of the Border.
Mark Lawson talks to leading novelists about the art of teaching creative writing.
Tom Jones on his new album, John Lee Hooker, Elvis and hair care for the older gentleman.
With John Wilson, who interviews ballet star Carlos Acosta and comedian John Bishop.
With Mark Lawson. Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in modern day Sherlock dramas.
Earth, Wind and Fire on their 40-year career, and a review of horror film Splice.
With John Wilson. Including the verdict on Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Aspects of Love.
John Wilson has news of the winner of the UK City of Culture 2013.
Mark Lawson looks at what impact 40% cuts would have on the arts.
Bret Easton Ellis discusses his new novel, a sequel to his 1985 debut Less Than Zero.
Mark Lawson reviews Toy Story 3 and Bruce Forsyth in Living with Brucie.