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Episode 15

Episode 15 of 26

Andrew Graham-Dixon talks to Bridget Riley about her new show, Tim Samuels investigates the Gateshead Grannies, and Tom Uglow guides us round intriguing corners of the net.

The Culture Show comes from The National Gallery, where Andrew Graham-Dixon reviews Bridget Riley's new show.

Tim Samuels investigates the educational tool of the Gateshead Grannies, while web guru Tom Uglow guides us round the most innovative and intriguing corners of the net.

Mark Kermode looks at the new low-budget home-grown sci-fi thriller Monsters, and Alastair Sooke uncovers an impressive yet similarly low-budget home-grown art collection on the Isle of Arran.

Clemency Burton-Hill drops in at the Old Vic, where actors, directors and writers join forces to make six short plays in just 24 hours, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane talks to Alan Yentob about his new MGM tour, and KT Tunstall selects her favourite musical moments from the BBC archive.

1 hour

Last on

Sat 27 Nov 2010 20:15

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon
Participant Tim Samuels
Participant Mark Kermode
Participant Clemency Burton-Hill
Participant Alastair Sooke
Participant KT Tunstall
Series Producer Emma Cahusac
Series Producer Emily Kennedy
Series Editor Janet Lee
Participant Alan Yentob
Participant Seth MacFarlane

Broadcasts

  • Thu 25 Nov 2010 19:00
  • Thu 25 Nov 2010 23:20
  • Thu 25 Nov 2010 23:55
  • Sat 27 Nov 2010 20:15

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