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WEDNESDAY 15 JANUARY

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DAVID HOCKNEY
John Wilson talks to the artist David Hockney about his move to watercolours.

Five Double Portraits: New Work by David Hockney is at the National Portrait Gallery, London WC2, until 29 June
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BREAKFAST TV
Twenty years after the launch of breakfast television the television critic Andrew Collins and former TV-am producer Mark Damazer join John Wilson to discuss how it's changed and influenced our lives.
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DBC PIERRE
John Wilson talks to first time novelist, DBC Pierre about his book Vernon God Little. The story is set in the Texan town of Martirio and told in the voice of Vernon God Little, a confused teenager who, as the book opens, finds himself chief living suspect of a high school massacre. It can only get worse. Vernon eventually finds himself on Death Row, with a demonic TV entrepreneur selling the television rights to his execution.

Vernon God Little by DBC Pierre is published by Faber and Faber; ISBN: 0571215157, on 20 January 2003
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BERTOLD GOLDSCHMIDT
A century after his death Front Row looks at the extraordinary life of composer Berthold Goldschmidt.
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