Robert Zemeckis' new film The Walk is reviewed. Plus Simon Armitage on The Odyssey.
Mariella Frostrup talks with Orhan Pamuk about A Strangeness in My Mind.
The story of jazz outdoors, from the streets of New Orleans to a flyover in Birmingham.
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David Wagner asks whether German literature still shows any signs of an east-west divide.
4/4 The creator of the New York antifolk scene reminisces about his time in San Francisco.
Libby Purves meets writer Frederick Forsyth and entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth.
Sarah Bennetto shares her tips for starting a new life in a strange land.
A tour of the Turner Prize exhibition opening in Glasgow. Samira Ahmed presents.
Channel 4 privatisation, Freeview Play, Corbyn's press 'jokes', and Local World sale talks
The Moroccan-Dutch writer Abdelkader Benali on bookshops as a source of refuge.
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