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Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson.

Presented by Mark Lawson.

Tom Hardy, who plays the violent criminal Charles Bronson in the new film Bronson, discusses how he recreated the controversial character for the big screen.

Julie Myerson discusses her reasons for writing and publishing her controversial book The Lost Child, book in which she describes her deteriorating relationship with her son Jake, whose drug use led her to refuse him access to the family home.

A portrait that is believed to be of William Shakespeare, painted in 1610, hsd been unveiled to journalists by the Shakespeare scholar Stanley Wells, emeritus professor of Shakespeare Studies at Birmingham University. He explains his reasons for believing it to be authentic.

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