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Andrew Graham-Dixon presents from the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, where he explores the new exhibition of war artist and surrealist Paul Nash.

Tom Dyckhoff talks to Ron Arad about his first major British exhibition about to open at the Barbican.

Mark Kermode talks to fashion designer-turned-film-director Tom Ford about his debut film The Single Man.

Writer Michael Smith discusses patriotism and Rule Britannia, and psychologist Oliver James chats to author Siri Hustvedt about her latest book The Shaking Woman.

Artur Pizarro talks to Clemency Burton-Hill about Chopin, and we hear how Damien Hirst sent a little something to a woman he saw on telly.

1 hour

Last on

Thu 11 Feb 2010 23:50
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only


Role Contributor
PresenterAndrew Graham-Dixon
ReporterTom Dyckhoff
ReporterMark Kermode
ReporterClemency Burton-Hill
ProducerEmma Cahusac
ProducerEmily Kennedy
Executive ProducerJanet Lee

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