Claudia Winkleman’s weekly feast of the finest offerings from Film, Theatre, Arts, TV and Music. Lively debate, intimate interviews and the latest news and views delivered with wit and laughter.
Fri, 14 Jun 13
26 days remaining
Annabel Scholey & Oliver Cotton join Claudia to chat about their play - Passion Play - at the Duke of York's Theatre. Author Neil Gaiman drops by with his new book The Ocean At The End Of The Lane. Director Joss Whedon talks about his new movie out this week Much Ado About Nothing. We go behind the scenes of the Christian Dior Exhibition at Manchester's Costume Museum. Plus Helen O'Hara has all the latest film news. Michael Billington reviews this week's theatre; and Anna Bailey has the arts round up with the next seven days of arts from around the country.
Fri, 7 Jun 13
19 days remaining
Daniel Radcliffe joins Claudia to talk about his play The Cripple of Inishmaan, part of the Michael Grandage season in theatre. Author Mark Billingham drops in with his new book The Dying Hours. Actor Barrie Rutter reveals all about the Northern Broadsides production of Rutherford & Son, directed by Jonathan Miller. We take Radio 2 Arts Show listener Nancy Strafford to Glyndebourne as we ask, can anyone learn to love opera? Plus Xan Brooks has all the latest film news; Alex Heminsley is here with a selection of books to review; and Andy West has the arts round up with the next seven days of arts news around the country.
Fri, 31 May 13
12 days remaining
Charity Wakefield and Honeysuckle Weeks talk about starring in the premiere of Melanie Marnich's play These Shining Lives. The play is the inaugural production at the Park Theatre. Laurence Boswell chats to Claudia about his plans as the Artistic Director for the Ustinov Studio in Bath. Neil Jordan and Gemma Arterton explain the attraction of vampires in their new film Byzantium. And a behind the scenes look at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre with Jane Asher and Robert Sean Leonard. Plus Robbie Collin has all the latest film news; Alex Heminsley is here with the latest selection of books to review; and Anna Bailey has the arts round up with the next seven days of arts news from around the country.
Fri, 24 May 13
5 days remaining
David Bamber and Jonathan Hyde chat to Claudia about their new play Travels With My Aunt. Giovanna Fletcher drops in with her debut novel Billy And Me. Winner of the Man Booker International Prize Lydia Davis reveals the secret behind her success. We go behind the scenes of British Rock - The Glory Years - at the Lowry in Manchester. Plus Peter Bradshaw is in Cannes with all the latest film news from the festival; Michael Billington is here with his theatre review; and Thomas Magill has this week's arts round-up with the next seven days of arts news from around the country.
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