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THURSDAY 16 OCTOBER

Presented by Mark Lawson


MYSTIC RIVER
Adam Dawtry, European Editor of Variety magazine reviews Mystic River, the new film by Clint Eastwood.

Mystic River is released tomorrow, certificate 15

Related website:
BBCi Films: Mystic River

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ESTELLE MORRIS
Mark Lawson talks to the Arts Minister Estelle Morris about how to tell the difference between excellence and elitism and profitability and value in culture.

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TURNER NOMINEE:
ANYA GALLACCIO

In the first of Front Row's profiles of this year's Turner Prize nominees, John Wilson reports on the work of sculptor Anya Gallaccio.

The Turner Prize exhibition opens at Tate Britain on 29 October 2003 until 18 January 2004. The winner will be announced on 7 December.

Related website:
Tate Britain - Turner Shortlist

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JANE CAMPION
Director Jane Campion talks to Mark Lawson about how she deals with the depiction of violence in her new film In the Cut starring Meg Ryan.

In the Cut is released next Friday 24 October

Related website:
Womans's Hour - Meg Ryan

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BROOKSIDE
The creator of the Channel 4 soap Brookside, Phil Redmond tells Mark Lawson about the new twist to it's final script.

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