Monday 30 October 2006 21:30-22:15 (Radio 3)
Poet Paul Muldoon talks to Isabel Hilton about his latest collection of poetry, Horse Latitudes, which takes the reader from post-Agreement Ireland to George W Bush's America.
Breaking and Entering
Isabel Hilton will be talking to the director Anthony Minghella about his new film, 'Breaking and Entering'.
It stars Jude Law as an architect with a warehouse office in London's King's Cross which becomes the target of some unusual thieves.
The poet Paul Muldoon has published a new collection, Horse Latitudes.
He talks to Isabel about how the title sequence of sonnets was inspired by the war in Iraq.
Christopher Frayling and Alexander Moffat will be debating the question of whether art schools are becoming increasingly divorced from art - and what the implications have been for art colleges to be no longer run by practicing artists.
French Political Debates
Agnes Poirier reports on the first televised political debates in France - a sign of the Americanisation of French politics or just an exercise in navel gazing?