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FRIDAY 01 NOVEMBER
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28 DAYS LATER
Jason Solomons reviews Danny Boyle's new film, 28 Day's Later.

28 Days Later is released around the country today, certificate 18
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MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS
John Wilson talks to composer Michael Tilson Thomas.

The London Symphony Orchestra’s Last Works series starts this Sunday 3 November at the Barbican in London.
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THE OSBOURNES
Documentary maker Paul Watson reviews The Osbournes.

The Osbournes begins tonight on Channel Four at 9.30pm
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BOOK INDEXES
The year’s prize for the best book index is to be awarded later tonight. The Oxford Text Book of Orthopaedics and Trauma is in the running against the Journal Of the British Archeological Association. The annual Wheatley award aims to highlight text that always gets buried at the back, printed in the tiniest typeface. Front Row spoke to author Julian Barnes, index writer Hazel Bell and Professor of English Steve Connor about a fine art to compiling the perfect index.
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KEN LOACH
Ken Loach explains his anger at the classification of his new film Sweet Sixteen as Certificate 18.
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