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, 24 May 13
29 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.
Thu, 16 May 13
21 days remaining
Claudia reviews The Great Gatsby starring Leonardo DiCaprio. The Observer’s Robert McCrum looks back on F Scott Fitzgerald’s dramatic and tragic life and Hari Dhillon talks about his new play, Disgraced. We get a tour behind the scenes of the new musical Once and reporter, Anna Bailey meets a ghost backstage. All that, plus Helen O’Hara’s movie review and Alex Heminsley looks at the latest book releases.
Mon, 13 May 13
18 days remaining
Claudia looks back at the events of 2Day with the help of composer, John Wilson and listener, Joyce Mcindoe. Actress Kara Tointon drops in to chat about her new play Relatively Speaking. Suranne Jones takes us behind the scenes of her new play Beautiful Thing and the writer and journalist Patrick Strudwick gives his own review of the show. Plus Robbie Collin has all the latest film news; Alex Heminsley is here with the latest selection of books to review; and the arts round up with the next seven days of arts news from around the country.
Fri, 3 May 13
8 days remaining
Actor and comedian Ardal O'Hanlon drops in to chat to Claudia about his new play The Weir at the Donmar. Author Graeme Simsion talks about his new book The Rosie Project. Paula Daly joins Claudia with her debut novel Just What Kind Of Mother Are You. Tim Marlow takes the Radio 2 Arts Show on a tour of the Moore And Rodin: Giants Of Modern Sculpture exhibit. Plus Robbie Collin has all the latest movie news; Michael Billington is here with his theatre review; and the arts round-up with the next seven days of arts news from around the country.
Fri, 26 Apr 13
1 day remaining
Musical theatre stars Jenna Russell and Mark Umbers drop by to talk about Merrily We Roll Along. Author Sophie Kinsella talks to Claudia about her new book Wedding Night. Musician Gary Kemp takes us on a tour of the David Bowie Is exhibition at the V&A. Actor Luke Treadaway stops by ahead of this Sunday's Oliviers to talk about his Best Actor nomination for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time. Plus Peter Bradshaw has all the latest film news and cinema releases; Michael Billington reviews the latest theatre and Anna Bailey rounds up the next seven days of arts news from around the country.
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