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Front Row

BBC Radio 4

Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music

PublishesDailyEpisodes2001Founded18 years ago
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The British Library isn’t all books; it has a huge sound archive, one of the largest in the world. It has drawn on this for Beyond the Bassline, the first major exhibition to documenting Black British music. Curators Aleema Gray and Mykaell Riley gui... more

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Taylor Swift returns with The Tortured Poets Department, a surprise double album that features 31 tracks that fans are saying is her most intimate and lyrically revealing yet. Joining Tom Sutcliffe to discuss the work are Times music writer Lisa Veri... more

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Knife is Salman Rushdie’s memoir about surviving a near-fatal knife attack in August 2022 and the long, painful period of recovery that followed. more

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Lionel Shriver on her latest novel Mania, in which she creates an alternative USA where the Mental Parity Movement insists that everyone is equally clever. Can a friendship between two women survive when they hold polarised views on this particular “... more

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4.3 out of 5 stars from 614 ratings
  • Host - please listen

    I want to love this podcast but the host keeps talking over the top of the guests - in the episode reviewing the film Blonde he is extremely rude and never lets the female guest finish her sentence - it’s so annoying and distracting from the otherwise interesting content.

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    Jakeelza
    Australia2 years ago
  • Can't believe it

    This is a fabulous podcast for anyone who loves movies, literature, poetry, drama and the visual arts. Try this for movie criticism, what's new in music, all the prize-winners you could ever want, interviews with great writers and artists, and all with the BBC's expected elan. The perfect sentence of podcasts.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Thangboche
    New Zealand2 years ago
  • Great to hear

    Although I rarely go to a theatre, it’s nice to have a wonderful word of mouth or a second opinion on shows. It’s good to have an arts show for books and theatre, to see what’s out there.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Sequeira119
    United Kingdom3 years ago
  • Good program

    Podcast Addict
    4
    notanotherone
    3 years ago
  • Variety of interviews

    Good cultural review show, particularly so when Tom Sutcliffe is in the host's chair. He is so engaged and seems to be enjoying himself, and that is delightful.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Cobalt&Co
    Canada3 years ago

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