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Episode 26 of 28

Arts magazine. Alastair Sooke meets sculptor Anthony Caro ahead of a retrospective, and Alan Bissett talks to Irvine Welsh about punk literature and his new book Skagboys.

Alastair Sooke travels to Derbyshire to meet sculptor Anthony Caro as he prepares for a retrospective at Chatsworth House.

Art critic Richard Cork meets Sarah Rose, an avid collector of David Bomberg's work and that of the artists he taught at the Borough Polytechnic in the 1940's.

Writer Alan Bissett talks to Irvine Welsh about punk literature and his new book Skagboys.

Arlene Phillips explores the theatrical experience Reasons to Dance.

Clemency Burton-Hill meets American composer, and protege of Philip Glass, Nico Muhly.

Mark Kermode chats to musical hero Kevin Rowland about the return of Dexys Midnight Runners.

The Culture Show journeys with the Red Note Ensemble, combining Bangra and Bach, on their tour of the Hebrides.

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Role Contributor
Presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon
Presenter Richard Cork
Participant Alastair Sooke
Participant Mark Kermode
Participant Arlene Phillips
Participant Clemency Burton-Hill
Participant Alan Bissett
Participant Roger Parsons
Interviewed Guest Irvine Welsh
Interviewed Guest Anthony Caro
Interviewed Guest Sarah Rose
Series Editor Janet Lee
Series Producer Emma Cahusac

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