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14/10/2009

Ray Connolly on a National Portrait Gallery exhibition celebrating the 1960s, John Harris on 'rock follies', the One and Other Fourth Plinth project, Black British Theatre Archive.

Writer and Journalist Ray Connolly reviews a National Portrait Gallery exhibition celebrating the 1960s in 150 photographs and ephemera from the period, and an exhibition of the photographs of 60s photographer Brian Duffy.

Rock writer John Harris has compiled a list of the 'rock follies', which he discussed on Front Row last week. Now John responds to your suggestions for other disappointing albums made by revered acts.

A report on the One and Other Fourth Plinth art project in Trafalgar Square. Mark Lawson talks to some of the 2,400 people who have taken part, and to the artist Antony Gormley.

Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway and Yvonne Brewster discuss the launch of the Black British Theatre Archive, a canon of plays written by black dramatists which have been produced professionally.

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