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Miranda Sawyer chats to Stephen Vicinczey about his 1965 novel, In Praise of Older Women. Tom Dyckhoff has an access-all-areas pass to the Design Awards. Plus, the Kermode Awards.

Miranda Sawyer chats to Stephen Vicinczey about his 1965 novel and cult classic, In Praise of Older Women. Tom Dyckhoff has an access-all-areas pass to the Design Awards, and Mark Kermode introduces the fifth Kermode Awards for those cruelly overlooked by Uncle Oscar.

Clemency Burton-Hill talks to Tom Morris about his new production Romeo and Her Juliet, which casts the famous lovers as 80-year-olds, and Alan Yentob chairs a discussion with culture ministers from the Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Scottish Nationalist parties with questions from leading figures from the world of art and culture.

Before the release of the first feature film by renowned graffiti artist Banksy, the Culture Show previews the film and looks at how the artist achieved a global reputation, building a career which has gone from the walls of back streets in London to the pinnacle of the contemporary art movement.

1 hour

Last on

Fri 5 Mar 2010 19:00

Credits

Role Contributor
Reporter Mark Kermode
Reporter Miranda Sawyer
Reporter Tom Dyckhoff
Reporter Clemency Burton-Hill
Participant Alan Yentob
Executive Producer Janet Lee
Producer Emma Cahusac

Broadcasts

  • Thu 4 Mar 2010 19:00
  • Fri 5 Mar 2010 00:10
  • Fri 5 Mar 2010 19:00

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