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Who are the writers who've come top in the five categories?
A Front Row special on how reading fiction can help improve mental well being.
A season discovering where artists find inspiration and helping listeners get creative.
Why do so many cult cartoon characters watch other programmes on TV?
Will your favourite show survive the jump to a new medium?
A look at the remarkable life and music of Aretha Franklin who has died aged 76.
Author VS Naipaul looks back on his career. He talks about how he first started writing.
A new Seamus Heaney exhibition and anthology of poems selected by his family.
Which book, band and TV show does the author love right now?
The comedian shares his tale of sneaking into the movie studio at the age of fifteen.
Discover more about the victorious museum, Tate St Ives, winner of the £100,000 prize.
In Pride month, listen to LGBTQ artists championing their favourite queer works of art
Join Mary Beard and guests for live and late debate on Friday evenings on BBC Two.
The best of British culture live and on demand.
The rapper discusses his upbringing and how music has always been a driving force.
Sarah Ditum, Sarah Shaffi and Janina Ramirez ask if listening is the same as reading.
The legendary actor admits he believed he would be killed fighting in the Korean War.
Screenwriter and author Anthony Horowitz on how the River Thames has inspired his work.
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