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Architect Norman Foster; actress Carey Mulligan

Duration:
30 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 02 February 2011

With Mark Lawson, including architect Norman Foster on his landmark projects such as 30 St Mary Axe in London, better known as the Gherkin.

Actress Carey Mulligan was Oscar nominated for her performance in An Education. She discusses her new role in the film Never Let Me Go, based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro.

As Waterloo Road returns boasting new cast members including George Sampson and Tina O'Brien and John Nettles is replaced in Midsomer Murders by Neil Dudgeon, playing a cousin of DCI Tom Barnaby - critic Stephen Armstrong and former BBC One Controller Lorraine Heggessy discuss cast changes.

Michael Portillo, chair of the 2011 judging panel for the Art Fund Prize, announces the long-list of museums and galleries in contention for this year's £100,000 award. The purpose of the prize is to recognise and stimulate originality and excellence in museums and galleries in the UK.

Producer: Jack Soper.

Chapters

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  • CAREY MULLIGAN

    Carey Mulligan discusses her new role in the film Never Let Me Go, based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro.

  • Norman Foster

    With Mark Lawson, including architect Norman Foster on his landmark projects such as 30 St Mary Axe in London, better known as the Gherkin.

  • Art Fund Prize Long List

    Michael Portillo, chair of the 2011 judging panel for the Art Fund Prize, announces the long-list of museums and galleries in contention for this year's £100,000 award.

  • TV discussion

    Critic Stephen Armstrong and former BBC One Controller Lorraine Heggessy discuss cast changes on television.

  • Norman Foster

    Norman Foster

    How Much does Your Building Weigh, Mr Foster? is at the ICA in London until 18 Feb, before going on release around the country, including Belfast, Cambridge, Wallingford, Birmingham, Inverness, Dumfries and Dundee.

    More details
  • 30 St Mary Axe

    30 St Mary Axe

  • Norman Foster with Front Row presenter Mark Lawson

    Norman Foster with Front Row presenter Mark Lawson

  • Carey Mulligan

    Carey Mulligan

    Never Let Me Go is in cinemas from Friday 11 February 2011, certificate 12A.

    More details
  • 2011 Art Fund Prize

    The shortlist for the Art Fund Prize will be announced on 19 May 2011 - and the winner on 15 June 2011.
    www.artfund.org

    Following the success of the public vote last year, a poll for the 2011 Art Fund Prize will open tonight. Members of the public are invited to vote online for their favourite long-listed museum – and tell the judges who they think should win.

    More details (and to cast your vote)
  • TV Drama

    Waterloo Road begins on BBC1 at 8pm on Wednesday 2nd February.
    Midsomer Murders returns to ITV1 at the end of March 2011.

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