09/02/2010

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Beyond The Pole is a comedy about global warming, telling the story of two well-intentioned but inept eco-activists. Actress Helen Baxendale, one of the cast and the executive producer of the film, talks to Mark Lawson about eco-film making, and the absence of perks for an exec-producer.

Gaylene Gould reviews Valentine's Day, a romantic comedy with an all-star cast in which couples find themselves making up and breaking up under the pressure of Valentine's Day.

Scottish writer David Greig talks about his play Dunsinane, a sequel to Macbeth.

American artist Arshile Gorky had little formal training but went on to become one of the pivotal American artists of the mid 20th century, with his work anticipating the Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1940s. Art critic William Feaver reviews a new retrospective of Gorky's work at Tate Modern.

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Shakespeare’s People

Shakespeare’s People

Front Row’s celebration of Shakespeare’s characters.

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