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14/01/2009

Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson. Writer Martin Amis talks about an exhibition of photographs from the private collection of his former fiancee Angela Gorgas.

Presented by Mark Lawson.

Writer Martin Amis speaks to Mark about an exhibition of photographs from the private collection of his former fiancee Angela Gorgas.

A new encyclopaedia of British crime writing is published next month. Mark is joined by its editor, Barry Forshaw, and crime writer Martyn Waites takes a look at his own entry.

Nick Hytner, artistic director of the National Theatre in London, has revealed his plans for the theatre for 2009. In a time where cash is scarce and sponsorship drying up, where does that leave this institution?

Director Jonathan Demme talks about returning to fiction for his new film Rachel Getting Married, starring Anne Hathaway, Rosemarie De Witt and Debra Winger.

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Wed 14 Jan 2009 19:15

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  • MARTIN AMIS

    Writer Martin Amis speaks to Mark about an exhibition of photographs from the private collection of his former fiancee Angela Gorgas.

    Duration: 05:25

  • JONATHAN DEMME

    Director Jonathan Demme talks about returning to fiction for his new film Rachel Getting Married.

    Duration: 09:10

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