Front Row: Dark Horse, National Theatre changes,...04/17/15
Horse racing film Dark Horse, National Theatre changes, artist Luke Jerram, Danai Gurira.
FrontRow: National Theatre changes; Dark Horse
Horse racing documentary Dark Horse; changes at the National Theatre; actress and playwright Danai Gurira on her play set during the Liberian Civil War; artist Luke Jerram.
Front Row: Gypsy, Martin Parr, Hermitage Director,...
Gypsy, Martin Parr, Hermitage Museum director, newly discovered Tennessee Williams drama.
FrontRow: Gypsy, Martin Parr, Hermitage director, new...
Gypsy starring Imelda Staunton reviewed, Martin Parr's Chinese Photobooks, Hermitage Museum director Mikhail Piotrovsky, newly-discovered Tennessee Williams drama fragments
Front Row: Child 44, Carol Morley, Francis Bacon, Lisa...
John Wilson discusses Child 44, starring Tom Hardy, and a new Francis Bacon exhibition.
FrontRow: Francis Bacon, Child 44, The Falling
John Wilson reviews Francis Bacon and the Masters in Norwich. Child 44 starring Tom Hardy. Carol Morley on The Falling. And Irish novelist Lisa McInerney.
Front Row: Alan Rickman, Sonia Delaunay, Punchdrunk...
Alan Rickman on directing A Little Chaos, the art of Sonia Delaunay and Punchdrunk Theatre
FrontRow: Alan Rickman, art of Sonia Delaunay
Alan Rickman on directing his new film A Little Chaos; the art of Sonia Delaunay at Tate Modern. Punchdrunk Theatre at the National Maritime Museum and Anne Frank's Diary revisited
FrontRow - 13/04/15: Baileys shortlist; Gunter Grass; Dear...
Baileys shortlist revealed; Gunter Grass remembered; Dear Lupin letters on stage; The Last Five Years reviewed.
Front Row: Baileys Shortlist, Gunter Grass, Dear Lupin,...
The Baileys shortlist and a stage adapation of the Dear Lupin letters. With Samira Ahmed.
FrontRow: Michael Horovitz, Drone on Film, Jinx review
In the week he turns 80, John Wilson talks to the poet Michael Horovitz. Also: a review of The Jinx, drone warfare on film, and is the download dead?
FrontRow: Ray Davies, Gillian Ayres, Game of Thrones. 9...
Ray Davies on the hit musical about The Kinks, Sunny Afternoon, Swedish family drama Force Majeure reviewed, artist Gillian Ayres on working in her 80s and, as Game of Thrones returns, Dr Janina Ramirez discusses its historical basis.
FrontRow: Helen Mirren, Ed Vaizey, Benjamin Clementine
Helen Mirren on Woman in Gold and playing the Queen on Broadway. Conservative Culture Minister Ed Vaizey. Benjamin Clementine sings live in studio. With John Wilson.
FrontRow: Jo Nesbo, review of John Wick
With Samira Ahmed. Jo Nesbo, review of John Wick, the winner of BBC Music Magazine Recording of the Year announced, and Billie Holiday celebrated
Front Row: Peggy Seeger
Ahead of her 80th birthday, John Wilson travels to Oxfordshire to the home of Peggy Seeger, the American musician who, along with her husband Ewan MacColl, led the folk revival movement of the 1950s and ‘60s.
FrontRow: Code of a Killer, National Poetry Competition
With Kirsty Lang. Code of a Killer on ITV reviewed; politics on stage in Dead Sheep; the winner of the National Poetry Competition and author Attica Locke
FrontRow: Nick Cave; Sweeney Todd review
Nick Cave discusses his new book written partly on sickbags during a US tour; Peter Ackroyd on his Hitchcock biography; the verdict on Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel in Sweeney Todd and Alexandra Harris discusses a new exhibition of the English painter...
FrontRow: Sara Taylor, The Dark Horse, Trevor Noah. 31 Mar...
Sara Taylor on her Bailey's nominated first novel, The Shore, New Zealand film The Dark Horse reviewed, the play Lincoln was watching when he was assassinated, 70 years of The Glass Menagerie and South African comic Trevor Noah.
FrontRow: Tracey Emin, Blade Runner, Stan Tracey
John Wilson talks to Tracey Emin about her Bed. Clark Tracey on his father Stan's seminal jazz album Under Milk Wood. Plus Tim Robey on Directors Cuts.
FrontRow: Playing Willy Loman; National Videogame Arcade;...
Antony Sher on playing Willy Loman; the National Videogame Arcade in Nottingham opens; Patrick Gale on his new novel.
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