Front Row - Neil LaBute on new play with Billie Piper; Ian Rankin on undercover TV
Writer and film director Neil LaBute discusses his new play Reasons to Be Pretty; Ian Rankin reviews new TV shows with undercover operators; the new Nicolas Cage film Justice.
With Mark Lawson.
Playwright and film director Neil LaBute discusses his new play Reasons to be Pretty, starring Billie Piper, which asks if conventional beauty can be a curse.
Writer Ian Rankin reviews two new TV shows which focus on undercover operators: Confessions of an Undercover Cop, and Double Agent: The Eddie Chapman Story.
In his new film Justice, Nicolas Cage plays a man who enlists the services of a vigilante group to settle the score after his wife is assaulted. Dreda Say Mitchell reviews.
Although the sales of vinyl records are rising again, the days when every high street boasted a shop filled with LPs and singles are long gone. David Hepworth recalls the vanishing pleasures offered by record shops.
Producer Jerome Weatherald.