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Episode 24

Episode 24 of 28

Arts magazine show. Andrew Graham-Dixon tells us what intrigues him about flamboyant Victorian architect and designer Augustus Pugin who celebrates his 200th anniversary this year.

Andrew Graham-Dixon tells us what intrigues him about flamboyant Victorian architect and designer Augustus Pugin who celebrates his 200th anniversary this year; Mark Kermode celebrates Spanish and Latin American cinema with his highlights from the Viva Festival in Manchester and Tim Samuels meets the men behind satirical news website -The Daily Mash. Also Philip Ridley talks about his latest play, Shivered; Sue Townsend on her new book -The Woman who Went to Bed for a Year; and a profile of Welsh artist Osi Rhys Osmond.

1 hour

Last on

Sat 3 Mar 2012 17:50

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon
Participant Miranda Sawyer
Participant Clemency Burton-Hill
Participant Mark Kermode
Participant Alastair Sooke
Participant John Mullan
Participant Lynn Barber
Participant Tim Samuels
Interviewed Guest John Lanchester
Interviewed Guest Philip Ridley
Interviewed Guest John Adams
Interviewed Guest Osi Rhys Osmond
Interviewed Guest Neil Rafferty
Interviewed Guest Sue Townsend
Series Editor Janet Lee
Series Producer Pauline Law

Broadcasts

  • Fri 2 Mar 2012 19:00
  • Sat 3 Mar 2012 01:30
  • Sat 3 Mar 2012 17:50

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