The Culture Show

TV Show (2004 - 2015)

The Culture Show
Magazine programme featuring news and reviews of the latest events in the worlds of culture and the arts.
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 10 Episode 23: Me, You and Doctor Who: A Culture Show Special

    On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the broadcast of its first episode, Matthew Sweet examines the enduring appeal of the sci-fi series and looks at why it has become entrenched in British life. He explores the huge variety of monsters and villains that have caused generations of children to hide behind the sofa and reveals how the show has influenced music, design and storytelling. Featuring contributions by playwright Mark Ravenhill, politician Ken Livingstone, Paul Hartnoll from Orbital and writer Caitlin Moran, as well as cast, crew and Doctors past and present, including current incarnation Matt Smith

  • Holbein: Eye of the Tudors - A Culture Show Special

    As Henry VIII's court artist, Hans Holbein the Younger witnessed and recorded one of the most notorious eras in English history, painting major characters of the age including Anne Boleyn and Thomas Cromwell, as well as creating one of the most famous images of the king himself. In this programme, Waldemar Januszczak looks at the life and career of an artist who became famous for bringing the Tudor age to life, exploring where he came from and examining the dark and unsettling secrets hidden in his work

  • The Great War - An Elegy: A Culture Show Special

    In a major new BBC commission, poet Simon Armitage has written seven new poems about the First World War that form the centre of this documentary. He visits French beaches, German PoW camps, so-called 'thankful' villages and remote corners of the Highlands as he considers the death of more 700,000 British soldiers in the conflict, telling seven real-life war stories - each of which culminates in a poem inspired by the writer's research..Featuring readings by both Armitage himself and relatives of those whose tales he brings to life

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