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Theatre related TV and Radio Jan 23 - 29

Compiled by @polyg

Monday January 23rd

9am on BBC Radio 4: Start the Week playwright Simon Stephens talking about The Trial of Ubu at the Hampstead Theatre

8:10pm on BBC Radio 3: A History of the Interval, broadcaster Paul Allen explores the interval itself, talking to a conductor, a director, performers, a bar person and audience members (repeat of a programme broadcast in May 2011)

Thursday January 26th

10pm on BBC Radio 3: Night Waves reviews Almeida Theatre's production of The House of Bernarda Alba, set in Iran. 

Friday January 27th

10pm on BBC Radio 2: The Arts show interviews Horrible Histories creator Terry Deary about his new live show, Leslie Ash on starring in a new play All The Single Ladies, and Michael Billington reviews the latest stage productions.

Catch up on the iplayer

Front Row has a feature on the play The Two Worlds of Charlie F, written by the poet Owen Sheers and starring soldiers injured in Afghanistan and Iraq 


Loose Ends interviews Ardal O'Hanlon about starring in the play Port Authority at the Southwark Playhouse


Saturday review on Travelling Light at the National Theatre, directed by Nicholas Hytner, starring Antony Sher


Patrick Stewart is interviewed at the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast show about Edward Bond's Bingo at the Young Vic theatre (1hour 44mins into the programme)