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Director John Boorman on African Film

He uses cinema to take audiences to another world - the Oscar-nominated director John Boorman speaks to Eve Jackson about North African movies at the Marrakech International Film Festival. Also on the show, Jake Wherry and Ollie Teeba from British band The Herbaliser tell us about their new album, "There Were Seven".

By Eve JACKSON

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2016-05-06 culture

Kevin Costner makes comeback with 'Criminal'

In the 1990s, Kevin Costner was the toast of Hollywood. He won two Oscars for his film "Dances with Wolves". His memorable role as "The Bodyguard" was hard to shake off....

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2016-05-05 culture

Discovering the 'father of African photography' and Nobuyoshi Araki’s erotic art

We take you to Paris' Grand Palais, where a new exhibition honours Malian photographer Seydou Keïta, often dubbed "the father of African photography". We also meet...

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2016-05-04 culture

Something's not quite kosher at bakery in sweet comedy 'Dough'

In this week's film show: making bread and building bridges between communities are the themes of new British film "Dough". Also, a distinguished Sherlock Holmes is back on the...

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2016-05-03 culture

'Luminous Discontent': Robert Longo’s monochrome vision

Our guest made his name in the 1980s New York art scene with his charcoal renderings of men and women falling. Now, Robert Longo takes us on a visual journey from earthly...

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2016-05-02 culture

Music show: Cyndi Lauper, Keith Urban and Drake

Pink-haired pop professional Cyndi Lauper takes a detour to Nashville for her new country-influenced album. Music critic Mariam Saab joins us to explain how antipodean artist...

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