The Radio 2 Arts Show With Jonathan Ross

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20160226

In Jonathan's first episode in a ten week run curating the Radio 2 Arts Show he will be joined by Jarvis Cocker discussing his for Nova Magazine collection, well known comic writer Leah Moore talking about Electricomics, a digital comics self-publishing ecosystem and Spoken Word star Michaela Coel. Plus Amy Liptrot joins him for Radio 2 Book Club: Fact Not Fiction to discuss her breathtaking new book, The Outrun. It's a remarkable memoir about recovery from addiction that marks the arrival of a significant new voice in nature writing.

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Jonathan Ross presents a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

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Jonathan Ross presents a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

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Jonathan Ross presents a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

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Jonathan Ross presents a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

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Jonathan Ross presents a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

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Salma Hayek tells all about Tale Of Tales and reveals her Buried Treasures and straight from winning the Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival for his film, I, Daniel Blake British director Ken Loach will be popping in alongside star of the West End's 'People Places And Things' Denise Gough and the writer Duncan Macmillan. Tongue Fu will be performing live Plus our next Radio 2 Book Club: Fact Not Fiction choice; "Full Marks For Trying" by Brigid Keenan.

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Bill Wyman reveals his Buried Treasure and we go back in time to the 1920's with live music from Alex Mendham & his Orchestra and The Dunlop Sisters. Josie Lawrence and Rula Lenska discuss the Women And War Festival. Emma Brünjes with The Sherlock Holmes Experience. And Radio 2's Book Club Fact Not Fiction is back with "The Gene" by acclaimed scientist and writer, Siddhartha Mukherjee.

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Bill Wyman reveals his Buried Treasure and we go back in time to the 1920's with live music from Alex Mendham & his Orchestra and The Dunlop Sisters. Josie Lawrence and Rula Lenska discuss the Women And War Festival. Emma Brünjes with The Sherlock Holmes Experience. And Radio 2's Book Club Fact Not Fiction is back with "The Gene" by acclaimed scientist and writer, Siddhartha Mukherjee.

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Jonathan Ross presents a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

Bryan Ferry, Jo Bell, Aidan Moffat and Beatrix Potter20160623

Bryan Ferry, Jo Bell, Aidan Moffat and Beatrix Potter20160623

Jonathan Ross meets one of his hero's, Bryan Ferry. Poetry from Jo Bell. Live folk from Aidan Moffat. Beatrix Potter is 150 and DJ James Lavelle and curator James Putnam on new exhibition, 'Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick' at Somerset House.

Bryan Ferry, Jo Bell, Aidan Moffat and Beatrix Potter20160623

Jonathan Ross meets one of his hero's, Bryan Ferry. Poetry from Jo Bell. Live folk from Aidan Moffat. Beatrix Potter is 150 and DJ James Lavelle and curator James Putnam on new exhibition, 'Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick' at Somerset House.

Ennio Morricone, Christian Louboutin And Orange Is The New Black20160616

Jonathan Ross meets one of his hero's, one of the world's greatest film composers, Ennio Morricone, for a very special intimate interview at his home in Rome. French shoe designer, Christian Louboutin reveals his Buried Treasure and two cast members of Orange Is The New Black talk ahead of the new series.

Goldie, Shamin Sarif, Linda Stratmann And Fabien Riggall20160325

Tonight on the Radio 2 Arts Show king of drum n bass and graffiti artist Goldie drops by the studio, the multi-talented Shamin Sarif chats about her film and book, Despite The Falling Snow. The Radio 2's Book Club Fact Not Fiction is back with The Secret Poisoner A Century Of Murder by Linda Stratmann. Secret Cinema founder, Fabien Riggall reveals future plans and Jonathan introduces you to a Doodle-bomber!

Guy Garvey, Power Monkeys and Helen McCrory20160609

Guy Garvey, Power Monkeys and Helen McCrory20160609

Guy Garvey joins Jonathan to tell him all about his Meltdown Festival. Plus Andy Hamilton and Claire Skinner talk about their new Channel 4 series, Power Monkeys and Helen McCrory unveils The Deep Blue Sea at The National Theatre.

Guy Garvey, Power Monkeys and Helen McCrory20160609

Guy Garvey joins Jonathan to tell him all about his Meltdown Festival. Plus Andy Hamilton and Claire Skinner talk about their new Channel 4 series, Power Monkeys and Helen McCrory unveils The Deep Blue Sea at The National Theatre.

Jonathan Ross Sits In20160304

Actor David Morrisey chats about his new psychological thriller, The Ones Below. Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson discuss Anomalisa, Global Cosplay Superstar Yaya Han is on and 3 UK Cosplay Stars ( in full dress ) join Jonathan in the Studio.

Jonathan Ross Sits In20160318

for Claudia Winkleman with a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

Jonathan Ross sits in20160401

Jonathan Ross sits in for Claudia Winkleman with a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

Jonathan Ross sits in20160401

Juliet Stevenson, Syima Aslam and Jemima Dury20160519

On the Radio 2 Arts Show this week Juliet Stevenson and her new film Departure plus her Buried Treasures. David Badiel and his stand up show My Family: Not The Sitcom and he remembers his Billy Bunter book collection. Syima Aslam one of the co-founders of Bradford Literature Festival is here.

And Jemima Dury, daughter of Ian and music journalist Ted Kessler will be in to discuss Radio 2's Book Club Fact Not Fiction choice, "My Old Man", a collection of

stories about fathers. And an Orangutan puppet will be monkeying around the studio before he stars in a new adaptation by Samuel Adamson, Michael Morpurgo's 'Running Wild's' opening night at Regent Parks Open Air Theatre.

Juliet Stevenson, Syima Aslam and Jemima Dury20160519

Juliet Stevenson, Syima Aslam and Jemima Dury20160519

On the Radio 2 Arts Show this week Juliet Stevenson and her new film Departure plus her Buried Treasures. David Badiel and his stand up show My Family: Not The Sitcom and he remembers his Billy Bunter book collection. Syima Aslam one of the co-founders of Bradford Literature Festival is here.

And Jemima Dury, daughter of Ian and music journalist Ted Kessler will be in to discuss Radio 2's Book Club Fact Not Fiction choice, "My Old Man", a collection of

stories about fathers. And an Orangutan puppet will be monkeying around the studio before he stars in a new adaptation by Samuel Adamson, Michael Morpurgo's 'Running Wild's' opening night at Regent Parks Open Air Theatre.

Juliet Stevenson, Syima Aslam and Jemima Dury20160519

Laurie Anderson, John Foxx and Roy Williams20160512

One of the World's greatest experimental performance artists, composer, musician Laurie Anderson talks about her new film and album inspired by dogs and being guest director at the 50th Brighton Festival. John Foxx from Ultravox talks scores and Roy Williams talks about his new Marvin Gaye play and brings a Gospel Choir with him to the studio.

Laurie Anderson, John Foxx and Roy Williams20160512

Laurie Anderson, John Foxx and Roy Williams20160512

One of the World's greatest experimental performance artists, composer, musician Laurie Anderson talks about her new film and album inspired by dogs and being guest director at the 50th Brighton Festival. John Foxx from Ultravox talks scores and Roy Williams talks about his new Marvin Gaye play and brings a Gospel Choir with him to the studio.

Laurie Anderson, John Foxx and Roy Williams20160512

New York Special20160421

Jonathan Ross takes us around New York for a very special Arts Show. Guests from The Museum of Morbid Anatomy, I Hate Perfume, Watson Adventures, Komnata Quest Murder Mystery and the biggest show in NY, the phenomenon that is the musical, Hamilton. Christopher Jackson aka George Washington and Phillipa Soo who play's Hamilton's wife, Eliza Hamilton live from New York.

New York Special20160421

Nihal sits in20160205

Nihal sits in20160205

On the Radio 2 Arts Show tonight

Stephen Fry chats to Nihal about voicing the Max Carrados Stories, a detective who was blind, and who relies on solving crime by putting his remaining senses to ingenious use.

Thomas Magill takes us on the UK Tour of Toast a play by Richard Bean, writer of One Man, Two Guv'nors starring Matthew Kelly and Simon Greenall.

Two members of the English National Opera from the cast of Mikado; Anthony Gregory and Mary Bevan (Nanki-Poo and Yum Yum) singing LIVE their duet at Elton's Piano.

Oscar nominated Bryan Cranston is here talking about playing Dalton Trumbo, one of Hollywood's infamous blacklisted writers.

Robbie Collin our resident film critic will be discussing the Janis Joplin documentary, Rams a story about sheep and Dad's Army.

And coming Straight Off Stage tonight will be Cassidy Janson after performing as Carol King in the musical Beautiful.

Penny Smith Sits In20160219

Penny Smith presents a look at the latest films, plays, dance events, books and exhibitions, alongside an eclectic selection of music.

Summer Season of Guest Editors with Anna Chancellor20130816

Summer Season of Guest Editors with Anna Chancellor20130816

The Radio 2 Arts Show Summer Season of Guest Editors continues with this week with Anna Chancellor

With special guests from the world of the arts including actor Nigel Lindsay, author Janette Jenkins, performance poet and spoken word artist Kate Tempest, and Loren Platt and Teo Connor from The W Project. Plus the latest film and book reviews with Peter Bradshaw and John James

The Radio 2 Arts Show Summer Season of Guest Editors continues next week with Julian Lloyd Webber.

Summer Season of Guest Editors with Anna Chancellor20130816

The Radio 2 Arts Show Summer Season of Guest Editors continues with this week with Anna Chancellor

With special guests from the world of the arts including actor Nigel Lindsay, author Janette Jenkins, performance poet and spoken word artist Kate Tempest, and Loren Platt and Teo Connor from The W Project. Plus the latest film and book reviews with Peter Bradshaw and John James

The Radio 2 Arts Show Summer Season of Guest Editors continues next week with Julian Lloyd Webber.