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15/09/2008

Presented by Mark Lawson.

Ian Rankin's new heist thriller, Door Open, features Miles Mackenzie, a self made man who decides to steal from the National Gallery of Scotland.

The Christie Archives Trust has announced that archive recordings made by Agatha Christie have been found by her grandson in a box at her former home outside Torquay. The Trust is now deciding what to do with the tapes and whether Christie's autobiography should be re-issued.

Art critic Rachel Campbell-Johnston reports from Sotheby's on the Damien Hirst auction.

Catherine O'Flynn, the winner of the 2008 Costa First Novel Award, picked Infinite Jest as a book she wanted to recommend to readers. As the apparent suicide of its author, the American writer David Foster Wallace, was announced, she talks to Mark about the novel

New celebrity chef Valentine Warner, presenter of What to Eat Now, and television cookery producer Pat Llewellyn, the creator of Two Fat Ladies, The Naked Chef and Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, discuss the best way to present food on TV and what you need to succeed as a TV chef.

Film critic and director of the Crime Scence Film Festival Adrian Wootton reviews the Korean crime drama The Chaser.

30 minutes

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Mon 15 Sep 2008 19:15

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