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  1. Coriolanus, Olivia Colman, Alex Ferguson's ghost writer, comedy DVDs

    Arts news. Mark Lawson reviews Tom Hiddleston's interpretation of Coriolanus.

    First broadcast: 18 Dec 2013

  2. Mark Gatiss, American Hustle reviewed, Albums of 2013

    Mark Gatiss, American Hustle reviewed and the best albums of 2013.

    First broadcast: 17 Dec 2013

  3. Andrew Lloyd Webber; Christmas TV; Anchorman 2

    Andrew Lloyd Webber on his new musical Stephen Ward; Mishal Husain reviews Anchorman 2.

    First broadcast: 16 Dec 2013

  4. Martin Freeman; American Psycho; Crime books round-up

    Mark Lawson talks to Martin Freeman, star of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.

    First broadcast: 13 Dec 2013

  5. Victoria Wood, Neon Artwork, Sam Smith, Moonfleet

    John Wilson is with Victoria Wood in Salford for the unveiling of a new work of art.

    First broadcast: 12 Dec 2013

  6. Alan Bennett, Terry Pratchett, The Duck House, The Great Train Robbery

    Mark Lawson presents news from the worlds of arts, literature, film and music.

    First broadcast: 11 Dec 2013

  7. Christmas singles; new Stieg Larsson story; Drawing the Line

    Mark Lawson samples this year's festive singles with Front Row's Christmas Jukebox.

    First broadcast: 10 Dec 2013

  8. Derren Brown; Eimear McBride; MJ Delaney

    Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including Derren Brown on how to steal valuable paintings.

    First broadcast: 09 Dec 2013

  9. Lenny Henry on Nelson Mandela; Lesley Manville; Beauty and the Beast

    Arts news and reviews with Kirsty Lang, including Lenny Henry's tribute to Nelson Mandela.

    First broadcast: 06 Dec 2013

  10. Kill Your Darlings, John Newman, Emil and the Detectives, Autobiographies

    Arts news, including a review of Daniel Radcliffe in beat poets film Kill Your Darlings.

    First broadcast: 05 Dec 2013

  11. Jude Law in Henry V; Atiq Rahimi; Politicians and music; 28 Up South Africa

    Mark Lawson and guests review Jude Law's performance as Henry V on the West End.

    First broadcast: 04 Dec 2013

  12. Nebraska; One-woman shows; John Pilger

    Arts news, interviews and reviews with Mark Lawson, including a review of Nebraska.

    First broadcast: 03 Dec 2013

  13. Hilary Mantel; Spike Lee's Oldboy; Liberty and Bergdorf's

    Mark Lawson talks to author Hilary Mantel about two new RSC stage productions of her work.

    First broadcast: 02 Dec 2013

  14. Coronation Street set; Chapman brothers; Jeune et Jolie

    Arts news. John Wilson tours the new set of Coronation Street with Tony Warren.

    First broadcast: 29 Nov 2013

  15. Ian Rankin; TV's The Bible reviewed

    John Wilson with Ian Rankin on a new investigation by his much-loved detective John Rebus.

    First broadcast: 28 Nov 2013

  16. William Hill Sports Book of the Year; Shobana Jeyasingh; Marius and Fanny

    Mark Lawson announces the winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year.

    First broadcast: 27 Nov 2013

  17. Russell Brand; Costa Book Awards; Carrie

    Arts news with Mark Lawson, including an interview with comedian Russell Brand.

    First broadcast: 26 Nov 2013

  18. Saving Mr Banks; Paula Milne; Janine Jansen

    Arts news with Mark Lawson, including a review of Saving Mr Banks starring Emma Thompson.

    First broadcast: 25 Nov 2013

  19. Morecambe and Wise, Kate Tempest, Poets' Corner, the return of Blofeld

    Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including Morecambe and Wise remembered.

    First broadcast: 22 Nov 2013

  20. Peter Blake; Gaslight; Sarah Ruhl; Leviathan

    Peter Blake, Sarah Ruhl, Molly Dineen on Leviathan, Iain Sinclair on Gaslight.

    First broadcast: 21 Nov 2013

  21. Anjelica Huston; City of Culture 2017; Strangers on a Train; Turner

    As the City of Culture for 2017 is revealed, Mark Lawson talks to the successful bid team.

    First broadcast: 20 Nov 2013

  22. Blue Is the Warmest Colour; Mojo revival; Sally Wainwright

    Mark Lawson interviews writer Sally Wainwright on the return of Last Tango in Halifax.

    First broadcast: 19 Nov 2013

  23. Catching Fire review; Evening Standard Theatre Awards; Michael Ignatieff; Alison Wilding

    Mark Lawson talks to author and former Liberal Party of Canada leader Michael Ignatieff.

    First broadcast: 18 Nov 2013

  24. Adam Price; Jason Manford; Collider exhibition

    Kirsty Lang interviews Adam Price, creator of Borgen, the acclaimed Danish TV drama.

    First broadcast: 15 Nov 2013

  25. Donna Tartt; Forest Whitaker

    American novelist Donna Tartt, Forest Whitaker on The Butler and 'days of the week' songs.

    First broadcast: 14 Nov 2013

  26. Paul Smith; The Counsellor; Johnny Cash

    John Wilson interviews designer Paul Smith, on the eve of a retrospective exhibition.

    First broadcast: 13 Nov 2013

  27. John Tavener; Poirot's Last Case; Don Jon review

    Mark Lawson discusses the music of John Tavener, whose death was announced today.

    First broadcast: 12 Nov 2013

  28. Bryan Adams; Lang Lang; Kennedy films

    Arts news with Mark Lawson, including singer Bryan Adams on his war photography.

    First broadcast: 11 Nov 2013

  29. Gary Barlow; Anita Lasker-Wallfisch; Georgians at the British Library

    Arts news and reviews. John Wilson talks singer-songwriter and X Factor judge Gary Barlow.

    First broadcast: 08 Nov 2013

  30. Jeeves and Wooster; Stanley Spencer; Frank Gehry

    Kirsty Lang talks to Matthew Macfadyen and Stephen Mangan as they play Jeeves and Wooster.

    First broadcast: 07 Nov 2013

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