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‘Kill It Kid’ bringing the blues back

On today’s Culture show, full bodied blues courtesy of Kill It Kid – the British band taking their inspiration from legends such as Led Zeppelin join Catherine Nicholson in the studio. There are also the voluptuous bodies of Lucian Freud – a guided tour of the new retrospective on the late British artist’s paintings in London. And we have lithe and muscular bodies courtesy of the Paris Opera Ballet – who are taking on Pina Bausch’s contemporary version of Orpheus and Eurydices.

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2016-05-26 culture

Paris photography festival shines a spotlight on young, emerging talents

We check out Paris’ Circulations Festival - now in its sixth year - which shines the spotlight on some of Europe’s most talented, up and coming photographers. We also meet an...

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2016-05-25 culture

Film show: Cannes re-cap, 'Elle', 'Mr Gaga' and 'Julieta'

We reflect on this year's Cannes Film Festival, as film critic Lisa Nesselson explains why there's no sense betting on the Palme d'Or. Paul Verhoeven's disquieting thriller...

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2016-05-24 culture

Music show: Judith Owen, Eric Clapton and Ariana Grande

Judith Owen joins us in the studio to explain how a poignant meeting with a stranger inspired her new album "Somebody’s Child" which sees the singer-songwriter blending jazz,...

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2016-05-22 Cannes Daily Show 2016

Video: Ken Loach wins his second Palme d'Or in Cannes

Veteran British director Ken Loach has won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival with "I, Daniel Blake" whilst Canadian whiz kid Xavier Dolan took second with his...

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2016-05-21 Cannes Daily Show 2016

Paul Verhoeven joins the Cannes competition with his first film in French

Paul Verhoeven made his name with films like "Robocop", "Total Recall" and "Basic Instinct" – the film that made Sharon Stone an international star at the Cannes film festival in...

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