Your guide to this week's best cultural links
|Atelier Carvalho Bernau's typeface, celebrating the 80th birthday of Jean-Luc Godard|
Literature:Samuel Beckett: This week's Ends and Odds over at the Samuel Beckett Debts and Legacies website.
Gabriel Josipovici: Who reads Proust? Ramona Koval interviews Josipovici about modernism on The Book Show, ABC Radio National
Marcel Proust: 20th century novelist on the sensationalism of the daily news
Thomas Bernhard: Recent photographs of Bernhard's house and surrounding landscape, by Hennetmair
TLS Books of the Year 2010
Patti Smith: Video of artist and musician Patti Smith, author of Just Kids, in conversation with Jonathan Lethem, author of Chronic City, earlier this year
The Future of the Literary Journal: An interview with Electric Literature's Andy Hunter
Philosophy & Critical Theory:Will Self at the Freud Museum in London: A fundraising event, organized as part of the Intimate Evenings series
Roland Barthes: Audio recordings of Barthes' lectures at the Collège de France, 1977
Film:Jean-Luc Godard: To celebrate the 80th birthday of the new wave French filmmaker, Atelier Carvalho Bernau has designed a typeface that is free for readers to download
MusicJoy Division Plus: Rough Trade celebrate the launch of Joy Division +- with Peter Saville, Stephen Morris and Jon Savage
Iggy Pop: A television interview where Iggy Pop discusses working with David Bowie, and the recording of his 1977 album The Idiot
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