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Ralph Fiennes and director Rupert Goold discuss their new production of Richard III.
The Meddler review, Henry V, Derby Museums landscapes, Carys Bray and Painters' Paintings.
Roland Emmerich talks to John Wilson about his movie sequel Independence Day: Resurgence.
John Wilson talks to director Trevor Nunn about A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Mike Bartlett on Wild, Tale of Tales review, Georgiana Houghton review, Suburra director.
Ashley Pharoah's new TV drama plus writing novels in verse, and sound artist Chris Watson.
Tate Modern's new Switch House, pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard, and novelist Emma Cline.
Wrong Crowd is the new album from songwriter Tom Odell; he talks about his inspiration.
The Power Monkeys co-creator Andy Hamilton talks about his satire about the EU referendum.
Tate Modern director Frances Morris, sculptor Anish Kapoor, and Embrace of the Serpent.
Guy Garvey talks to John Wilson about his Meltdown festival.
Sir Ben Kingsley discusses his film Learning to Drive plus Aladdin director Casey Nicholaw
Peter Shaffer remembered, Don DeLillo on novel Zero K and Anthony Horowitz on New Blood.
Jimmy McGovern on his TV drama Reg, and independent film-maker James Schamus.
John Wilson talks to Nile Rodgers, on the eve of BBC Music Day.
TV drama series Versailles reviewed, and Louisa Young on her new novel Devotion.
Author Nina Stibbe, musician Moby, The Nice Guys reviewed, Michael Pennington on King Lear
The value of new writing for theatre: Front Row marks 60 years of the Royal Court.
Charlotte Church discusses her 'musical fairy tale' which tackles contemporary issues.
With guitarist and songwriter Wilko Johnson talking about surviving terminal cancer.
Neil Gaiman on his Likely Stories, poet Liz Lochhead, and playwright Roy Williams.
The Royle Family's Sue Johnston on Rovers, and Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama reviewed.
Russell T Davies, Love and Friendship, Rufus Norris, and Thelma and Louise 25 years on.
British actor Jack O'Connell discusses his latest film, financial thriller Money Monster.
A review of Tom Hanks as a stressed executive in Saudi Arabia in A Hologram For The King.
John Wilson talks to poet Ian McMillan. And TV drama endings - too many loose ends?
Sunken Cities, Han Kang's The Vegetarian, Sing Street's John Carney, Christian Blackshaw.
BBC Young Musician of the Year winner discusses Shostakovich and Britain's Got Talent.
Francis Bacon retrospective in Liverpool, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar.
Samira Ahmed with novelist Mark Billingham, Turner Prize shortlist, Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla.