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08/12/2009

Arts news and reviews with John Wilson. Turner Prize winner Richard Wright; Where The Wild Things Are; the man behind Super Mario Brothers.

Painter Richard Wright, whose work includes large-scale frescos, discusses winning the 2010 Turner Prize, worth 25,000 pounds.

Antonia Quirke reviews Where The Wild Things Are, directed by Spike Jonze and featuring the voices of Forest Whitaker and James Gandolfini.

Georgia Coleridge offers her festive pick of books for children aged under nine.

Shigeru Miyamoto, the man dubbed 'the Walt Disney of computer game design', discusses his most famous character, Super Mario.

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