Antonia Quirke is an author and journalist. She writes for the Financial Times, presents Pick of the Week on Radio 4, and talks about film on Film 2014 and The One Show on BBC 1. She writes a column on radio for the New Statesman. 

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TV and Radio
03 October 2013
The sheer pedantry, was simultaneously thrilling and unbearable.
TV and Radio
26 September 2013
Trom the curdled lullaby in Rosemary’s Baby to the Wagnerian thrum characterising the best Hammer soundtracks.
Culture
19 September 2013
“We are in a piazza outside the BBC’s prestigious Salford facilities and this afternoon my programme is...
TV and Radio
12 September 2013
A week on US radio Various   Fun-wise, it’s been an unspectacular summer in New York. “...
TV and Radio
05 September 2013
Glints of royal passion
TV and Radio
30 August 2013
I Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down Radio 4   August is a melancholy month, an antechamber you...
TV and Radio
22 August 2013
Composer of the Week BBC Radio 3 Five understated and languorous programmes celebrated the bicentenary of the Royal...
TV and Radio
15 August 2013
One Way to Necropolis on BBC Radio 4 Extra.
TV and Radio
06 August 2013
Fisherman's Blues on TalkSport.
TV and Radio
18 July 2013
Tanning Tales; Arthur in the Underworld BBC Radio 4 “I’m rubbing extraordinary butter into my kneecaps,...
Culture
11 July 2013
Glastonbury BBC Radio 1 “I’m not just saying this ’cos this is the BBC but I’m genuinely...
Culture
04 July 2013
Saturday Edition on BBC Radio 5 Live.
TV and Radio
27 June 2013
John Lydon on BBC 6 Music.
Culture
20 June 2013
The Beach Boys could be proper tedious.

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