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Author Bill Clegg's life on crack

Author Bill Clegg joins us in the studio to talk about "Portrait of an Addict as a Young Man", in which he describes his past addiction to crack cocaine. But just before that, François Pinault unveils his latest batch of contemporary artists at his Venice Palazzo. And a controversial photography exhibit in the French city of Avignon is defaced.

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2014-10-29 culture

Film show: Halloween horrors and Hollywood history

Film critic Lisa Nessleson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's big cinema releases, including "Chef" and "The Go Go Boys". They also discuss the season’s scary movies, from...

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2014-10-28 culture

Thaddaeus Ropac talks contemporary art: The market, the moguls and the masterpieces

We're joined in the studio by gallery owner Thaddaeus Ropac. The Austrian contemporary art expert represents more than 60 different artists and has galleries in Salzburg, Paris...

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2014-10-24 culture

Paris rediscovers Picasso

The biggest collection of Picasso's work is once again back on show in his adopted home of France. The museum in Paris, dedicated to the most famous artist of the 20th century,...

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2014-10-27 culture

Covering the Classics: Yusuf Cat Stevens and The Flaming Lips revisit old favourites

We take a look at Yusuf Cat Stevens' new release "Tell 'Em I'm Gone", a record that revisits the singer's past career and touches on favourite themes of freedom and spirituality....

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2014-10-23 culture

All the fun of the FIAC: Contemporary art fair rolls into town

Jennifer Flay, director of the FIAC, tells us why Paris is the best place to stage an art fair. We also hear from key players in the business about how the market's going global...

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