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Monday, 11 March 2002

Scene from The Trench
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*Is The Trench popular history or bad taste television? Novelist Pat Barker and Alkarim Jivani,television editor of Time Out, discuss the BBC's recreation of life on the front line of the Great War.
  The Trench starts on BBC 2 on Friday, 15 march, at 9 p.m.
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* The High Court has ruled that a Premiership footballer who had affairs with two women could be named in the press. The Court decided that it was in the public interest to publish the details. We asked the Guardian's media columnist Emily Bell whether this represented a sea-change in privacy laws.
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* Artist Hamish Fulton's art is inspired by a series of epic hikes, across countries and continents. He talks to us as an exhibition of his work opens in London, and we also talk to Janet Cardiff and art critic Richard Cork.
  You can borrow Janet Cardiff's electronic audio guide from the Whitechapel Public Library in London. Hamish Fulton opens at Tate Britain on Thursday and runs until 4 June. Richard Long is included in a new exhibition which has just opened at Kettle's Yard in Cambridge "A Measure of Reality".
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* This week some of the leading lights of the burgeoning comedy circuit arrive in London for the UK's first ever South African Comedy Festival. Critic Steven Armstrong, who's just back from South Africa, analyses the comedy scene in South Africa.
  Stand Up South Africa is at the Riverside Studios in London from tomorrow until 6, April.
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* We interview , Andy Sheppard one of the most acclaimed, popular and prolific jazz saxophonists.
  Andy Sheppard's new CD Nocturnal Tourist is out on the Provocateur label
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Francine Stock talks to Sting about his new Oscar nominated song, and as a new play opens discusses the enduring interest in Marta Hari.

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