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Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw, Téa Obreht, Kathy Hinde, Dalia Stasevska
We review Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw and Kathy Hinde composes with sounds from a bog
The Crucible, the music of Peterloo, Patrick Bronte and DA Pennebaker
A new ballet interpretation of The Crucible, and two musical perspectives on a massacre.
Toni Morrison remembered, the Sound of Space in Music
Stig Abell and guests pay tribute to the American writer Toni Morrison.
Candace Bushnell, Dance about rugby, Concern over the captioning of audiobooks, New play 8 Hotels
Sex and the City writer Candace Bushnell, dance about rugby, Paul Robeson drama 8 Hotels
The art of calligraphy, conductor Martyn Brabbins, Playmobil: The Movie
Paul Antonio on the art of calligraphy, and Proms conductor Martyn Brabbins
Cary Grant and Notorious, Festival cancellations, Movement directors, Anna Symon
Cary Grant's Notorious restored, the role of movement directors, Anna Symon on Deep Water
Lemn Sissay, Queen Victoria's piano, Euphoria
Poet Lemn Sissay on his new memoir, and Queen Victoria's grand piano
Live from the Edinburgh Festivals
Henning Wehn, Ambrose Parry, Travis Alabanza on stage at the Edinburgh Festivals
Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, How to listen to a symphony, black paint controversy, 14th August cultural events
Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio on their film Tarantino's Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood
Basil Brush, Christina Bianco, Climate Change theatre and new musicals at Edinburgh Fringe
As the Fringe becomes increasingly woke, can artists stay both entertaining and right on?
The true story behind blockbuster film Jaws, Benjamin Zephaniah, Catherine Cohen's cabaret
The true story behind Jaws, Benjamin Zephaniah, Catherine Cohen, self-care at the Fringe.
Louise Doughty, Robert Icke's The Doctor, Edinburgh Festival Highlights
Louise Doughty, Robert Icke's The Doctor and Edinburgh festival highlights.
Antonio Banderas, Philippa Gregory and V.V. James on witches in literature, umbrellas in chinese culture
Antonio Banderas on playing film director Pedro Almodovar in Pain and Glory.
Conductor John Wilson, Interior design, The Wizard of Oz
Conductor John Wilson on composer Erich Korngold, and the art of interior design.
Danny Brocklehurst on Brassic, Why are fewer people taking English A level?, Fisherwomen
Bafta winner Danny Brocklehurst on new comedy drama Brassic.
Andrew Davies on Sanditon, Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, the literature of citizen and state
Andrew Davies on his television dramatisation of Jane Austen's unfinished novel Sanditon
Edna O'Brien on her new novel Girl, her first The Country Girls, and her career in between
Edna O'Brien talks about her new novel, her first and her six-decade career.
Colson Whitehead, Duke Ellington's Sacred Music, Carnival Row, Sheila Steafel
Colson Whitehead's novel The Nickel Boys, Duke Ellington's Sacred Music, Carnival Row
James Graham on drama and constitutional turmoil, Jeff Pope on A Confession, The literary arts and The Troubles
Screenwriter Jeff Pope talks about his new ITV drama A Confession starring Martin Freeman.
Mrs Lowry and Son reviewed, Anna Calvi, Poet Stephen Sexton
Anna Calvi performs live and talks about her score for Peaky Blinders.
Salman Rushdie on Quichotte, Joanna Hogg on The Souvenir
Salman Rushdie on his new novel Quichotte, based on the Cervantes classic, Don Quixote.
The Capture, Venice Film Festival highlights, Enid Blyton reevaluated
BBC TV fake news thriller The Capture - we speak to the creator Ben Chanan.
The Booker Prize shortlist, Lucian Freud's new biography, The importance of arts to local identity
Lucian Freud's biography, Booker Prize shortlist. The importance of arts to local identity
Chrissie Hynde, The Theatre of Parliament, Arts Minister Rebecca Pow
Events last night in the House of Commons as theatre, and Chrissie Hynde sings jazz.
Margaret Atwood's The Testaments reviewed, Ryan Wigglesworth, Robert Battle
Margaret Atwood's long-awaited sequel to The Handmaid's Tale - The Testaments - reviewed.
BBC National Short Story Award Shortlist, Protest Song, How to listen to jazz
BBC National Short Story Award Shortlist revealed
For Sama and Venice Film Festival roundup, NSSA - Lucy Caldwell, Etgar Keret, Peter Nichols obituary
Lucy Caldwell, Venice Film Festival winners, Etgar Keret, Peter Nichols obituary.
The British Ceramics Biennial, Novelist Nell Zink, The Jumper Factory, Tamsin Grey
The British Ceramics Biennial reviewed, and US writer Nell Zink on her new novel, Doxology
Front Row at the Proms - Jamie Barton, Daniel Kidane, impact of Brexit on classical music
Jamie Barton and Daniel Kidane talk about their Last Night at the Proms performances.
Lucy Prebble, Temple, NSSA - Lynda Clarke, Alan Ayckbourn's Birthdays Past, Birthdays Present
Lucy Prebble, Temple, NSSA - Lynda Clarke, Ayckbourn's Birthdays Past, Birthdays Present
Downton Abbey, Alexei Sayle, National Short Story Award - Jo Lloyd, Istanbul Biennial
What happens when Downton Abbey goes from small to big screen and the king comes to stay?
Archif, atgof a chân yng nghwmni John Hardy, sydd heddiw'n rhoi sylw i'r bêl hirgrwn.
Robert Harris discusses his new novel The Second Sleep and reflects on 30 years of writing
In a special edition of Open Book, Robert Harris talks to Mariella Frostrup about his new novel, The Second Sleep.
Robert Harris discusses his new novel and reflects on 30 years of writing fiction.
The globetrotting poetry series presented by poet Imtiaz Dharker.
The Echo Chamber - Michael Donaghy
Poet Daljit Nagra chooses the very best from the BBC's Poetry archive.