FrontRow: Two Days One Night; Icelandic music; Alan...08/21/14
Razia Iqbal on the film Two Days One Night. Author Alan Warner. The Icelandic Symphony Orchestra. And Timothy West gives voice to Sir John Barbirolli.
FrontRow: Sin City 2, Erasure, Tom Conti 20 Aug 14
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For reviewed, Tom Conti on finding a voice for Abraham Lincoln, Andy Bell and Vince Clarke from Erasure, and unscripted crime drama from the new series of Suspects
FrontRow: Lisa Dwan; Lucy; Mark Ravenhill; TV Quizzes
Lisa Dwan on performing Beckett's Not I; Scarlett Johansson's new film Lucy; quiz show host Richard Osman on creating new tv formats; and Mark Ravenhill as Alan Turing. With John Wilson.
FrontRow: Howard Jacobson; Helen Lederer; Bob and Roberta Smith: 18 Aug...
Man Booker prize winner Howard Jacobson on his new novel, J; Helen Lederer on making Dick Whittington's cat statue talk; artist Bob and Roberta Smith's Art Party documentary; and poetry for new doctors.
FrontRow: New Doctor Who reviewed; Simon Pegg 15 Aug 14
The new Doctor Who reviewed, actor Simon Pegg on his new film is about a man in search of fulfillment, and Man Booker-nominated author Alison Moore
FrontRow: Phill Jupitus, Chef, Sara Pascoe
Comedian Phill Jupitus on his new show about art and drawing, Lauren Bacall remembered, Sabrina Mahfouz and Jade Anouka, the duo behind a new award-winning monologue drama Chef, and Sara Pascoe on how Darwin inspired her stand-up show.
FrontRow: George RR Martin, Alison Jackson, The Congress
George RR Martin, the creator of Game of Thrones, on the success of his epic fantasy series, photographer Alison Jackson on her celebrity look-alike opera, Terry Gilliam remembers Robin Williams and The Congress reviewed.
FrontRow: Jung Chang, Dylan Moran, Referendum Theatre
Kirsty Lang in Edinburgh with author Jung Chang, Dylan Moran and Igor Meerson on international stand-up comedy, Todd Miller on his documentary, Dinosaur 13, and theatre about the Scottish Referendum.
Actor Ben Whishaw on his new film Lilting and 1920s novelist Margaret Kennedy revisited.
FrontRow: Guy Pearce, Joseph O'Neill, Edinburgh
Damian Barr interviews actor Guy Pearce, novelist Joseph O'Neill. Plus Edinburgh Comedy and Geeks on TV.
Conductor Sir Neville Marriner; the creators of the Inbetweeners and the history of poets laureate.
FrontRow05Aug14:Christina Hendricks; Sinead O'Connor
Christina Hendricks on God's Pocket and Philip Seymour Hoffman; Sinead O'Connor on her new album; the artist behind spectra, London's giant light-beam; paintings that evoke summer
FrontRow: Welcome to New York, DBC Pierre, Tavener
Samira Ahmed reviews the film Welcome to New York; author DBC Pierre; Peter Phillips on Tavener's Requiem Fragments; new Sky drama Gomorrah
FrontRow: Loundon Wainwright, Guardians of the Galaxy. 1 Aug 14
Musician Loudon Wainwright on his latest album, Guardians of the Galaxy reviewed, a discussion about Northampton Museum losing its Arts Council accreditation and contemporary Japanese fiction.
FrontRow: Jonny Greenwood, Deon Meyer, streaming books, summer films...
Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood on his live soundtrack to There Will Be Blood, South African writer Deon Meyer on his new novel Cobra, streaming books, films that conjure up summer
FrontRow: Adrian Dunbar, Tasmin Little, Mood Indigo, Katie Paterson...
Line of Duty's Adrian Dunbar on directing Beckett's Catastrophe, violinist Tasmin Little's sounds of summer, Audrey Tautou in Michel Gondry's Mood Indigo, and artist Katie Paterson
FrontRow:Streetcar Named Desire review; Daniel Hope and Gabriel...
Gillian Anderson stars in a new production of A Streetcar Named Desire at the Young Vic Theatre in London. Matt Wolf reviews. Composer Gabriel Prokofiev and violinist Daniel Hope discuss their collaboration for tonight's Prom which features the world...
FrontRow 18/07/14: Gareth Malone, Neil Bartlett.
Gareth Malone & Adrian Sutton on War Horse Prom; Neil Bartlett's new novel; poetry of summer; In The Club reviewed.
FrontRow: Julian Lloyd Webber; Andrew Graham Dixon
Kirsty Lang talks to cellist Julian Lloyd Webber. Andrew Graham Dixon on the art of China. The mystery of the Galapagos Affair. And playwright Jennifer Haley.
FrontRow24Jul14:Liverpool giant puppets; Porgy And Bess
Giant puppets return to Liverpool; thriller writer Gerald Seymour (Harry's Game) on Irish politics; Porgy And Bess in Regents Park; the South American artistry of Gego reviewed
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