The Culture Show: Season 11, Episode 14

Episode #11.14 (19 Nov. 2009)

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A special episode celebrating twenty years since A Grand Day Out (1989) was released, examining the success of the franchise, the history of the hugely successful Aardman Animations company... See full summary »

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A special episode celebrating twenty years since A Grand Day Out (1989) was released, examining the success of the franchise, the history of the hugely successful Aardman Animations company and featuring an interview with Nick Park about his inspirations. Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode also discuss the greatest animated films. Lauren Laverne also interviews Steve Martin about his love of bluegrass and performing at the Royal Festival Hall. Andrew Graham-Dixon presents an item on Russian art. Written by Anonymous

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