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1. Tom Hiddleston, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Andrey Kurkov

Tom Hiddleston, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Andrey Kurkov

Tom Hiddleston talks to Kirsty Lang about his new role as country singer Hank Williams in the biopic I Saw The Light. Susannah Clapp reviews A Midsummer Night's Dream, Emma Rice's first production as Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe. Ukrainian writer Andrey Kurkov, best known for his cult novel Death and the Penguin, talks about his new book The Bickford Fuse. And English Heritage celebrates the 150th anniversary of Blue Plaques. Published on May 6, 2016.

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2. Keith Richards, Don McCullin

Keith Richards, Don McCullin

In a rare interview, The Rolling Stones' guitarist and singer and songwriter Keith Richards discusses Crosseyed Heart, his first solo album in 23 years, half a century after The Stones had their first Number 1 hit, The Last Time. And as his 80th birthday approaches next month and a new exhibition of his work opens, photographer Don McCullin reflects on a life behind the lens, which has taken him to the Lebanese civil war, Vietnam and Cambodia, and most recently Syria. Presenter John Wilson Producer Jerome Weatherald. Published on September 11, 2015.

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4. FrontRow: Mark Strong and Ivo van Hove; Harlan Coben 11 APR 2014

FrontRow: Mark Strong and Ivo van Hove; Harlan Coben 11 APR 2014

Actor Mark Strong and director Ivo van Hove on their production of A View from the Bridge, author Harlan Coben on his novel Missing You and Broadway star Bernadette Peters. Published on April 11, 2014.

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5. FrontRow:Cillian Murphy. Mira Nair. Stephen Lambert.Revenge Songs.6 Sept 2013

FrontRow:Cillian Murphy. Mira Nair. Stephen Lambert.Revenge Songs.6 Sept 2013

Cillian Murphy, star of TV drama Peaky Blinders; director Mira Nair on her film The Reluctant Fundamentalist; musicians who take revenge in song; the quiz with TV's biggest prize. Published on September 6, 2013.

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7. FrontRow: Composer John Kander on Cabaret, Chicago

FrontRow: Composer John Kander on Cabaret, Chicago

Kirsty Lang talks to John Kander, composer of musicals Cabaret, Chicago and The Scottsboro Boys. On discovering Liza Minelli, and why Judi Dench is his favourite Sally Bowles. Published on December 24, 2014.

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9. Secret in Their Eyes, Katie Mitchell, AB Yehoshua, Stutterer

Secret in Their Eyes, Katie Mitchell, AB Yehoshua, Stutterer

Briony Hanson reviews Secret in their Eyes, an adaptation of an Oscar-winning Argentine thriller starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman. Katie Mitchell discusses her National Theatre production of Sarah Kane's play Cleansed in which one character has his tongue cut out and his hands put in a shredder. But it is, Mitchell insists, really about love. The short film Stutterer, about a man with a severe stammer, has been nominated for this weekend's Oscars. Ben Cleary, the writer, director and editor of the 12-minute film, discusses the challenges he faced as a first-time filmmaker. AB Yehoshua is an outspoken author who's been called the Israeli Faulkner. His latest book, The Extra, steps into the head and heart of a woman in her 40s, a harpist, who has decided not to have children. What is the impact on her, her family - and perhaps even her country? This edition of the programme was subject to an adjudication by the BBC Editorial Complaints Unit and has been edited since original broadcast. Further information is available here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/comp-reports/ecu/frontrow22022016 ." Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Rebecca Armstrong. Published on February 22, 2016.

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10. Amy Winehouse documentary, Paul Weller at the Jam exhibition, MC Escher, Odyssey

Amy Winehouse documentary, Paul Weller at the Jam exhibition, MC Escher, Odyssey

Asif Kapadia discusses his film Amy, which uses rare archive to chart the incredible rise and untimely death of the gifted musician. Naomi Alderman reviews Odyssey, a new BBC spy drama starring Anna Friel. Paul Weller takes John on a tour of Somerset House's new exhibition about The Jam. Susan Mansfield reviews the first major retrospective of M.C. Escher's work in the UK, at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Ellie Bury. Published on June 25, 2015.

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11. FrontRow: Stewart Lee &Jonathan Creek Feb 25th 2014

FrontRow: Stewart Lee &Jonathan Creek Feb 25th 2014

Comedian Stewart Lee on his new series; Jonathan Creek reviewed by Naomi Alderman; Peter Gill discusses Versailles Published on February 25, 2014.

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12. FrontRow: George the Poet; RIBA Gold Medal winners

FrontRow: George the Poet; RIBA Gold Medal winners

George the Poet, spoken word artist, on his first book; the winners of the RIBA Gold Medal Award, new British film Still Life and the bronze statues attributed to Michelangelo. Published on February 2, 2015.

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13. Front Row: Reece Shearsmith, David Hockney

Front Row: Reece Shearsmith, David Hockney

Mark Lawson speaks to Reece Shearsmith, reviews the new David Hockney exhibition and looks at the decline of graffiti. Plus Anita Elberse on the theory of blockbusters. Published on February 4, 2014.

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14. FrontRow: Alan Rickman, art of Sonia Delaunay

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 Published on April 14, 2015.

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15. FrontRow: 07 Nov 14: Benedict Cumberbatch, Pink Floyd

FrontRow: 07 Nov 14:  Benedict Cumberbatch, Pink Floyd

With John Wilson. Benedict Cumberbatch on The Imitation Game; novelist Sumia Sukkar; the looting of Syrian artefacts; and Mark Ellen reviews Pink Floyd's The Endless River Published on November 7, 2014.

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16. FrontRow: Miranda Hart, poetry of Seamus Heaney

FrontRow: Miranda Hart, poetry of Seamus Heaney

Razia Iqbal talks to Miranda about the end of her sitcom; Seamus Heaney's selected poetry; Night at the Museum goes to the British Museum; and John Rutter on his new carol Published on December 19, 2014.

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17. Tom Hiddleston, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Andrey Kurkov

Tom Hiddleston, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Andrey Kurkov

Tom Hiddleston talks to Kirsty Lang about his new role as country singer Hank Williams in the biopic I Saw The Light. Susannah Clapp reviews A Midsummer Night's Dream, Emma Rice's first production as Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe. Ukrainian writer Andrey Kurkov, best known for his cult novel Death and the Penguin, talks about his new book The Bickford Fuse. And English Heritage celebrates the 150th anniversary of Blue Plaques. Published on May 6, 2016.

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18. FrontRow: Toni Morrison 18 June '14

FrontRow: Toni Morrison 18 June '14

Toni Morrison talks to Razir Iqbal in a special programme recorded at Hay. Published on June 18, 2014.

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19. Elena Ferrante, Laila Lalami, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Elena Ferrante, Laila Lalami, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Kirsty Lang discusses the elusive literary phenomenon Elena Ferrante, as the fourth and final book in her Neopolitan series is published. Despite huge sales and critical acclaim, Ferrante has managed to remain anonymous. Laila Lalami discusses her new novel The Moor's Account. Longlisted for the Man Booker prize, it's about the first slave to reach America during the 1500s and his Spanish masters. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl tells the story of a high school student as he navigates teenage life. Jason Solomons reviews. And as Welsh National Opera launch their new season with I Puritani by Bellini, director Annilese Miskommen talks about the 19th Century obsession with "Mad Women" and Mad Scenes in Opera. Published on September 1, 2015.

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20. Jess Glynne, Don Paterson, Danny and the Human Zoo, Cradle to Grave

Jess Glynne, Don Paterson, Danny and the Human Zoo, Cradle to Grave

Two new TV dramas follow the formative years and early careers of two of the UK's best loved entertainers - Lenny Henry and Danny Baker. Danny and the Human Zoo charts Lenny Henry's rise to fame in 1970s talent show New Faces and Cradle to Grave, which is also set in the early 1970s, is based on Baker's autobiography. Julia Raeside reviews. The award winning Scottish poet Don Paterson discusses his new collection of work, 40 Sonnets. With subjects ranging from Tony Blair to cold calls, some take a traditional form while others are highly experimental. The singer Jess Glynne is one of only two British female solo artists to have had five UK Number 1 singles, including Rather Be, Not Letting Go and Hold My Hand. Her new single Don't Be So Hard on Yourself topped the charts on Friday. The singer looks back over her short but very successful career, as she launches her first solo album I Cry When I Laugh. Charlotte Eagar discusses staging the musical Oliver! in Amman. The production features a cast of Syrian refugees alongside residents of a deprived neighbourhood of the Jordanian capital. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Jack Soper. Published on August 24, 2015.

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