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09/11/2009

Paul Gambaccini reviews Taking Woodstock, the new film from director Ang Lee; John Sergeant on his latest career move; the verdict on the return of Robbie Williams.

Paul Gambaccini reviews Taking Woodstock, the new film from director Ang Lee, starring Demetri Martin and Imelda Staunton.

After Strictly Come Dancing and Argumental, former political journalist John Sergeant discusses his latest TV presenting role, looking at Britain through the eyes of overseas tourists.

Music writer Sophie Harris offers her verdict on the first new album by Robbie Williams in three years.

Stephen Daldry, a director with one of the highest Oscar nomination strike rates in film history, explains why he wanted to have another go at a 17-year-old theatre production, JB Priestley's An Inspector Calls.

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