FrontRow: Beau Willimon; Tony Harrison; Ella Henderson02/27/15
House of Cards writer Beau Willimon on hearing from President Clinton about the authenticity of the show; X-Factor singer Ella Henderson on her debut album; Catch Me Daddy reviewed; Tony Harrison on winning the David Cohen Prize; Kim Newman remembers...
FrontRow: Man and Superman, Historic England, Miranda July, Reading...
Ralph Fiennes in George Bernard Shaw's Man and Superman reviewed, Simon Thurley on Historic England and The English Heritage Trust, novelist Miranda July, Reading Spain
Front Row: Ralph Fiennes in Man and Superman, Historic England, Miranda...
Michael Arditti reviews Ralph Fiennes in George Bernard Shaw's Man and Superman.
FrontRow: Peter Sellars, It Follows, Politics on stage, Anna Smaill...
Peter Sellars on directing Purcell's final unfinished opera The Indian Queen, Teen horror movie It Follows reviewed, Indhu Rubasingham, director of a new play Multitudes, and Steve Thompson, writer of Feed the Beast, on politics taking centre stage,...
Front Row: Opera director Peter Sellars, It Follows, Politics on stage,...
Opera director Peter Sellars, teen movie It Follows, politics on stage and Anna Smail.
FrontRow: Iain Banks Poetry, James Bay 24Feb2015
Jed Mercurio's new medical drama Critical, the poetry of novelist Iain Banks, winner of this years Critics' Choice Brit Award James Bay, and Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain
Front Row: Jed Mercurio's Critical, Iain Banks's Poetry, James Bay,...
Jed Mercurio's drama Critical, Iain Banks's poetry, James Bay and Sculpture Victorious.
Front Row: The Front Row Debate
Are artists owed a living? John Wilson hosts a public debate at the Hull Truck Theatre.
FrontRow: Julianne Moore and Labour's plans for arts
Julianne Moore, winner of the Oscar for Best Actress; Ed Miliband on Labour's plans for the arts and two Harold Pinter screenplays being performed for the first time.
Front Row: Julianne Moore; Ed Miliband on the arts; Pinter premieres
Arts news with John Wilson, including newly Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore.
FrontRowDebate: John Wilson at Hull Truck
John Wilson with Deborah Bull, Richard Bean, Philip Booth, Ekow Eshun, Tiffany Jenkins and an audience at the Hull Truck Theatre.
FrontRow: Iestyn Davies, Sheila Hancock, Kumiko, London Fashion Week...
Countertenor Iestyn Davies on playing Farinelli, actress Sheila Hancock, Kumiko the Treasure Hunter reviewed, Es Devlin and Simon Costin on designing theatarical spectacles as London Fashion Week begins.
FrontRow: Johnny Vegas; Alan Howard remembered
Johnny Vegas on his journey from potter to comedian; former RSC Artistic Director Terry Hands remembers Alan Howard; Spanish novelist Javier Marias; Julianne Moore looks ahead to the Oscars.
FrontRow: John Madden, Museum of the Mind, Kwabs. 18 Feb 15
The director of the Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel John Madden, the Museum of the Mind at Bethlem Hospital, singer song writer Kwabs on how a school music teacher inspired him and Maidan, a documentary about the Kiev protests, reviewed.
FrontRow: Jacqueline du Pre, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
John Wilson looks back 50 years to Jacqueline du Pre's historic recording of Elgar's Cello Concerto. The Wilson Twins discuss living off Thatcher's Enterprise Allowancein the 1980s. Architect Amanda Levete on Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Front Row: Vasily Petrenko, Gurinder Chadha
Kirsty Lang with conductor Vasily Petrenko, filmmaker Gurinder Chadha and artist Lynda Benglis; Briony Hansen reviews The Duke of Burgundy.
FrontRow: Bob Odenkirk, 50 Shades of Grey, ENO
Kirsty Lang talks to Better Call Saul actor Bob Odenkirk. Plus Fifty Shades of Grey, ENO's financial troubles and the play Fireworks by Palestinian playwright Dalia Taha.
FrontRow: Cornelia Parker, Richard Wilson, Barrie Rutter 12 Feb 15
Cornelia Parker discusses her new exhibition at the re-developed Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester. The show includes new commissions such as Blakean Abstract, a collaboration with Nobel Prize-winning scientist, Professor Kostya Novoselov. Sheffield...
FrontRow: Sargent, Daniel Handler, Reading France, Candlelight 110215
John Singer Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends reviewed by AN Wilson, Lemony Snicket author Daniel Handler, Reading France, and filming and directing with candlelight
FrontRow: Jennifer Aniston; Indian Summers review; artists as collectors
Jennifer Aniston discusses playing against type as a grieving woman in the film Cake; a new exhibition showcasing objects collected by artists; period drama Indian Summers reviewed; how important is it for singers to have a great voice? Neil McCormick...
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