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  1. James McAvoy; Gillian Clarke on Dylan Thomas; Natalie Merchant

    James McAvoy; Gillian Clarke on Dylan Thomas; and Natalie Merchant. With John Wilson.

    First broadcast: 12 May 2014

  2. Hofesh Shechter at the Brighton Festival; Michael Jackson's Xscape; South African theatre; Advanced Style

    A report from the Brighton Festival, where Hofesh Shechter is guest artistic director.

    First broadcast: 09 May 2014

  3. Yinka Shonibare, Water Babies, Akhil Sharma, women film directors

    Yinka Shonibare, Water Babies, Akhil Sharma, women film directors.

    First broadcast: 08 May 2014

  4. Antony Gormley & Simon Starling; Alice Hoffman; David Henry Hwang

    Anthony Gormley and Simon Starling on Henry Moore; Alice Hoffman; Turner Prize shortlist.

    First broadcast: 07 May 2014

  5. Irvine Welsh; The Wind Rises review; Rachel De-lahay

    Irvine Welsh; The Wind Rises review; Rachel De-lahay.

    First broadcast: 06 May 2014

  6. Michael Nyman at 70

    As celebrated composer Michael Nyman turns 70, Kirsty Lang celebrates his life and work.

    First broadcast: 05 May 2014

  7. Fiona Shaw, Edward St Aubyn, Under Milk Wood

    Razia Iqbal talks with Fiona Shaw about her role in The Testament of Mary, by Colm Toibin.

    First broadcast: 02 May 2014

  8. Jon Ronson; Julian Anderson; 24; Comics Unmasked

    Jon Ronson on Frank; composer Julian Anderson discusses Thebans; and the return of 24.

    First broadcast: 01 May 2014

  9. The Black Keys; Neil Jordan on Bob Hoskins; Joel Dicker

    Neil Jordan on Bob Hoskins; The Black Keys; Next Goals Wins; author Joël Dicker.

    First broadcast: 30 Apr 2014

  10. Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott; Bad Neighbours; sculptor Phillip King; and Sally Wainwright

    The Beautiful South reunited; Bad Neighbours; sculptor Phillip King; and Sally Wainwright.

    First broadcast: 29 Apr 2014

  11. David Haig; Ziggy Marley; Prey

    David Haig on writing and starring in his own play; Ziggy Marley on reggae; Prey reviewed.

    First broadcast: 28 Apr 2014

  12. Hinterland; Alain de Botton; Tracks; Bryony Lavery

    Kirsty Lang discusses Hinterland, a dark crime series filmed in both English and Welsh.

    First broadcast: 25 Apr 2014

  13. Damon Albarn, Art Fund Prize shortlist, Sophie Hannah, Proms line-up

    Arts news including the BBC Proms line-up and the Museum of the Year shortlist announced.

    First broadcast: 24 Apr 2014

  14. Artist Richard Wilson; playwright Mike Bartlett; Generation War; Exhibition

    Arts news, including artist Richard Wilson on his vast new Heathrow sculpture Slipstream.

    First broadcast: 23 Apr 2014

  15. Transcendence Review; James Graham and Josie Rourke on Privacy; Michael Nyman at 70

    Kirsty Lang talks to James Graham, whose play Privacy explores fears in the digital age.

    First broadcast: 22 Apr 2014

  16. Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil on Miss Saigon and Les Miserables

    John Wilson talks to Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil about writing Miss Saigon.

    First broadcast: 21 Apr 2014

  17. The Biblical Epic

    Kirsty Lang investigates why the biblical epic is back on the big screen in 2014.

    First broadcast: 18 Apr 2014

  18. 17/04/2014

    John Wilson talks to Martin Freeman about Fargo, and to Paolo Nutini about his new album.

    First broadcast: 17 Apr 2014

  19. The Sea; Keith Huff; Patience Agbabi; Banksy art

    Kirsty Lang discusses the new film adaptation of John Banville's novel The Sea.

    First broadcast: 16 Apr 2014

  20. Milos Karadaglic, Jamaica Inn; Rachel Kushner

    Kirsty Lang discusses a TV adaptation of du Maurier's Jamaica Inn with Sarah Dunant.

    First broadcast: 15 Apr 2014

  21. Matisse; Locke; Val McDermid

    Biographer Hilary Spurling and curator Nicholas Cullinan discuss Henri Matisse's Cut-Outs.

    First broadcast: 14 Apr 2014

  22. Mark Strong and Ivo van Hove; Harlan Coben; Bernadette Peters; Lunchbox

    Actor Mark Strong and director Ivo van Hove on their production of A View From the Bridge.

    First broadcast: 11 Apr 2014

  23. Emma Thompson and Celia Imrie, Chris Wheeldon, Birdland, Sam West

    John Wilson meets Emma Thompson to talk about her latest film role.

    First broadcast: 10 Apr 2014

  24. Chiwetel Ejiofor; Ben Watt; South Korean literature; Advice for the new culture secretary

    John Wilson talks to actor Chiwetel Ejiofor about his new film Half of a Yellow Sun.

    First broadcast: 09 Apr 2014

  25. Jean Paul Gaultier; Christy Moore; The Raid 2

    Fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier, Irish folk singer Christy Moore and The Raid 2.

    First broadcast: 08 Apr 2014

  26. Brendan Gleeson; Let the Right One In; Baileys Prize shortlist; Georgians at Buckingham Palace

    Kirsty Lang and Mary Beard reveal the Bailey's Prize for Women's Fiction shortlist.

    First broadcast: 07 Apr 2014

  27. Rory Bremner, Jacqueline Wilson, Anish Kapoor

    Rory Bremner on Noel Coward, and a peek at Jacqueline Wilsons' childhood bedroom.

    First broadcast: 04 Apr 2014

  28. Richard Ayoade; The Crimson Field; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

    Arts news with John Wilson, including Richard Ayoade on his film The Double.

    First broadcast: 03 Apr 2014

  29. Kate Winslet; The Trip to Italy; Timur Vermes; Lord of the Flies

    Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including Kate Winslet on playing an arch villain in Divergent

    First broadcast: 02 Apr 2014

  30. Chris Chibnall, Viktoria Mullova; Honour; Pangaea

    Broadchurch creator on his new play Worst Ever Wedding; Russian violinist Viktoria Mullova

    First broadcast: 01 Apr 2014

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