Front Row: Zach Braff, Tessa Hadley, Charles Aznavour09/19/14
Kirsty Lang talks to the actor Zach Braff and French singer Charles Aznavour.
FrontRow: Charles Aznavour, Zach Braff, Tessa Hadley
Kirsty Lang talks to French singer Charles Aznavour. Zach Braff on his film Wish I was Here. Rose Wylie, the 80 year old winner of a major art prize. Plus author Tessa Hadley.
Front Row: Denzel Washington; Howard Brenton; Leonard Cohen; Riccardo...
Denzel Washington on getting revenge in his new film, action thriller The Equalizer.
FrontRow: Denzel Washington, Riccardo Chailly
Denzel Washington on The Equalizer. Gramophone Award winner Riccardo Chailly. Leonard Cohen's new album. Plus Howard Brenton on his play Doctor Scroggy's War.
Front Row: Joan Baez, BBC National Short Story award shortlist, Hamlet
John Wilson talks to singer Joan Baez and Hollywood screenwriter James Schamus.
FrontRow: Joan Baez, BBC Short Story shortlist, Hamlet
John Wilson talks to singing legend Joan Baez as well as Hollywood screenwriter James Schamus. Plus we announce the BBC National Short Story Award shortlist and review Maxine Peake in Hamlet.
Front Row: Magic in the Moonlight; Constable at the V&A; Ballyturk
Samira Ahmed and guests review the new Woody Allen movie, Magic in the Moonlight.
FrontRow16Sep14: Magic In The Moonlight; V&A's Constable
Magic In The Moonlight; Constable at the V André Singer on how Hitchcock worked on an unseen Holocaust documentary; Enda Walsh and Mikel Murfi on Enda's new play, Ballyturk
Front Row: The Riot Club; Ming at the British Museum; percussionist...
Arts news. John Wilson reviews The Riot Club, based on Laura Wade's play Posh.
FrontRow: The Riot Club; Ming exhibition; Colin Currie: 15 Sep 14
John Wilson reviews The Riot Club, based on Laura Wade's play Posh; gets a tour of the Ming dynasty exhibition at the British Museum; speaks to percussionist Colin Currie; and Viv Groskop on the return of ITV's Downton Abbey.
FrontRow: Kate Mosse; Sir Donald Sinden remembered
Including an interview with novelist Kate Mosse about The Taxidermist's Daughter; a review of new E4 drama Glue, written by Jack Thorne; an interview with actor Stellan Skarsgård; Enn Reitel on Sir Donald Sinden who has died aged 90.
FrontRow: Sheridan Smith in Cilla; playing Will and Kate on stage
A review of Sheridan Smith as Cilla Black; the actors portraying Will and Kate on stage; a new exhibition of Tudor portraits and artefacts; Alice Oswald on Ted Hughes' animal poems.
FrontRow: Rufus Wainwright, Anthony Caro 10 SEP 14
Singer and composer Rufus Wainwright on his Late Night Prom, TV review of The Leftovers, Anthony Caro's last sculptures, The Kinshasa Symphony Orchestra
FrontRow: 090914 Man Booker shortlist; James Elroy; Joyce DiDonato
Man Booker Prize shortlist; James Ellroy; Joyce DiDonato; The Wallace Collection.
FrontRow: A Most Wanted Man, Olafur Eliasson and Turner, Breeders 080914
Philip Seymour Hoffman's final film A Most Wanted Man reviewed; Olafur Eliasson and Late Turner at Tate Britain, and Tamzin Outhwaite and Ben Ockrent on their play Breeders
FrontRow: 05 Sep 14
Film director Matthew Warchus on his new film Pride, Rachel Cusk on her new novel which tells the story of a creative writing teacher in Athens and new TV series Tyrant reviewed.
FrontRow: Will Self;Tony Bennett: 4th Sep 14
Kirsty Lang talks to Will Self about his Shark inspired novel; reviews London riots play Little Revolution; speaks to Tony Bennett about his career and Lady Gaga collaboration; and reviews Amy Poehler in They Came Together.
FrontRow: Dan Stevens, Pat Barker, Matthew Thomas
Samira Ahmed talks to actor Dan Stevens. Pat Barker and Nicholas Wright on the stage version of Regeneration. Author Matthew Thomas. And ITV drama Chasing Shadows.
FrontRow02Sep14:Helen Mirren; Lang Lang; David Mitchell
Helen Mirren on her new film, The Hundred-Foot Journey; David Mitchell on his novel, The Bone Clocks; Lang Lang shows John Wilson his new technique for learning the piano
FrontRow: Alan Ayckbourn, Omid Djalili, Venice Film Festival 29 Aug 14
Playwright Alan Ayckbourn on his cycle of five new plays, comedian Omid Djalili discusses his memoir about his unconventional childhood, the new "video games" that only use audio and news from this year's Venice Film Festival.
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