Kristin Scott Thomas, Terry Pratchett's documentary, Neil MacGregor

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Mark Lawson reviews Terry Pratchett's TV documentary in which he visits a clinic and witnesses an assisted suicide.

Kristin Scott Thomas talks about starring in a West End production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal and life in France.

The winner of this year's Art Fund Prize for museums and galleries is announced next week. Front Row is reporting from the four finalists. Today Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum, explains why their A History of the World in 100 Objects project should win.

Novelists Justin Cartwright and Julie Myerson and documentary film-maker David Sington discuss work which responds to or is influenced by the global financial crisis.

Producer: Robyn Read.

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