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Mark Lawson To Leave BBC's Front Row

Posted at 7:38AM Thursday 06 Mar 2014

BBC arts presenter Mark Lawson is to leave Radio 4's Front Row after 16 years, it has been announced.

The 51-year-old, who has grilled the likes of Dame Helen Mirren, Robert De Niro and Woody Allen, has been its main presenter since it began in 1998.

"For personal reasons I shall be taking a break from live daily radio journalism," he said in a statement.

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