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The Culture Show: 11/11


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Lauren Laverne presents the 100th edition of the arts magazine in which Naomi Watts discusses her role in Michael Haneke's new movie "Funny Games" and playwright Martin McDonagh talks to Mark Kermode about his first feature film "In Bruges". Verity Sharp meets rising dance star Hofesh Schechter, while photographer Ari Versluis and stylist Ellie Uyttenbroek focus on fashion tribes. Plus Supergrass take on the busking challenge. The series returns in June.
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Presenter: Lauren Laverne
Guest: Naomi Watts
Guest: Martin McDonagh
Interviewer: Mark Kermode
Interviewer: Verity Sharp
Guest: Hofesh Schechter
Guest presenter: Ari Versluis
Guest presenter: Ellie Uyttenbroek
Musicians: Supergrass
Series Producer: Danielle Graham
Executive Producer: Edward Morgan

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The Culture Show: 11/11

BBC Two England, 29 March 2008 19.10

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