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Claudia meets crime writer James Sallis who discusses his new book Driven

Bafta Award winning writer Jack Thorne and artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse Rosie Rourke talk about their new play The Physicists.

Peter Florence, artistic director of the Hay Festival and award winning historian Bettany Hughes, join Claudia
to celebrate the 25th year of the literary event on the Welsh borders dubbed "the Woodstock of the mind."

Journalist Kate Spicer and her film director brother Will discuss their touching new documentary film, Mission to Lars, which follows their older brother Tom Spicer, a forty year-old man with fragile X syndrome, similar to autism, on his quest to meet his lifelong hero, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich.

This week on the Tour Guide's To Art Claudia will be chatting to Katrina Burnett from Finchcocks Musical Museum in Kent, a musical centre and museum of international repute with over 100 historical keyboard instruments.

Plus film critic Charlie Lyne looks back at the Cannes Film Festival and photographer Joe Partridge previews the best of the best in photography exhibitions.

And remember you can get the download for the best bits of the Radio 2 Arts Show by going to the BBC Radio 2 website.

1 hour, 57 minutes

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Fri 1 Jun 2012 22:00
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