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"At Last" concludes a shocking family saga

British author Edward St Aubyn is here to talk about "At Last", the final installment in his terrifying and entertaining saga about a dysfunctional family. With all eyes on New Zealand for the rugby world cup, we head to an exhibition that reveals the secrets about the country's heritage, and at 85 the crooner Tony Bennett becomes the oldest living artist to land a hit on the US pop chart.

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2015-01-23 culture

Literary giant Russell Banks on freedom of speech

His works include "Affliction", which was made into a movie with Nick Nolte, "Continental Drift", "Lost Memory of Skin" and "Rule of the Bone". His protagonists are blue-collar...

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2015-01-22 culture

French film 'Taken 3' slammed by critics as 'dull'

We look at Liam Neeson’s third outing in "Taken 3", which is topping the box office but leaving critics cold. Plus, we bring you our film critic Lisa Nesselson’s interview with...

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2015-01-21 culture

'Foxcatcher': Brains, brawn and bats in the belfry

Olympic-level wrestling, brotherly love and megalomania: the film “Foxcatcher” has it all. Our film critic Lisa Nesselson takes us through it. Also, the Cannes film festival...

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2015-01-20 culture

Olafur Eliasson comes into 'Contact' with art lovers

From creating an entire weather system in London's Tate Modern to planting a kaleidoscopic viewing machine in the Brazilian countryside, Olafur Eliasson's experimental work has...

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2015-01-19 culture

Marilyn Manson mellows - slightly - with new album 'The Pale Emperor'

With our music critic Mark Thompson, we look at two artists who stormed the late nineties and are making a comeback: Gothic rocker Marilyn Manson and French touch house DJ...

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