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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Culture
21 March 2013
Death by chocolate.
Culture
14 March 2013
Water water everywhere.
TV and Radio
07 March 2013
Stuck in the Midlands with you.
TV and Radio
28 February 2013
Listening on a loop.
Culture
21 February 2013
The sunshine boys.
Culture
14 February 2013
Sex in the afternoon.
Culture
07 February 2013
Your World: What If . . . Chicken Conquers the World BBC World Service The first in a two-part documentary about our...
TV and Radio
31 January 2013
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Radio 4 Extra  A brilliant reading of Philip K Dick’s novel Do...
Culture
24 January 2013
Antonia Quirke listens to "Double Top 20".
TV and Radio
17 January 2013
Open Country Radio 4 This year’s first episode of Open Country was powerful. The presenter Helen Marks went to...
Culture
03 January 2013
Belle de Jour’s History of Anon Radio 4 A short series on the subject of anonymity in writing is presented by...
Culture
19 December 2012
Christmas radio Various stations Radio this Christmas has a particularly heavylidded sense of sweet familiarity....
TV and Radio
13 December 2012
Grimm Thoughts - review.
TV and Radio
06 December 2012
One to One BBC Radio 4 A short interview with the 75-year-old Russian pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy (who quit the USSR...
TV and Radio
29 November 2012
The Essay BBC Radio 3 A series of The Essay – Radio 3’s routinely excellent and varied late-night...

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