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Sandi Toksvig discusses her new book, Valentine Grey.
Playwright David Leddy explains his latest play, Long Live the Little Knife.
We have music and conversation from A Band Called Quinn.
'Brian Appleton' aka Graham fellows discusses his 'History of the World in 3 Darts.'
Hamlet -Scott Shepherd - Revisiting the 1964 Broadway production of Hamlet starring Richard Burton that was beamed across 2,000 American cinemas at the time, this version mixes the film footage and live performance (with Shepherd in the titular role) in a manner which is sure to breathe fresh life into the Danish play.

Drumstruck - The world's first interactive drum-theatre experience. Direct from sold-out engagements in Japan, Johannesburg and off-Broadway.

The Extremists - Samuel Beckett meets Larry King in this new play by CJ Hopkins. When an expert on terrorism appears on a TV talk show, the conversation becomes a perverse satirical rant on the increasing alienation of the individual in the modern world.

Michael Griffiths - star of Jersey Boys - is Madonna. In Vogue: Songs by Madonna is a cabaret show at the Edinburgh Fringe, which sees the Queen of Pop at the piano, playing all of her hit songs.

1 hour, 25 minutes

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Sun 11 Aug 2013 15:05
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