29/01/2009

Presented by Mark Lawson.

Mark talks to John Lasseter, film director and Chief Creative Officer of Pixar and Disney Animation Studios, whose latest animation, Bolt, tells the story of a dog who believes he has superpowers.

Mark talks to William Mival from the Royal College of Music about his involvement in the Sound of Perfume project and asks Jeremy Summerly from the Royal Academy of Music to run his ear and his nose over the results.

Writers Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain discuss their sitcom, The Old Guys, which follows the often sexually-frustrated lives of two men in their late sixties.

Kevin Spacey returns to the stage of the Old Vic theatre in London to direct Richard Dreyfuss in the world premiere of Complicit, a play by Joe Sutton about the choices facing a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist in the current political climate. Writer Justin Cartwright reviews.

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