25/03/2009

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Presented by Mark Lawson.

Science Museum in London has joined forces with Aardman Animations to launch an exhibition focusing on inventions, innovators and intellectual property. Nick Park, Oscar-winning creator of Wallace & Gromit, and Science Museum curator John Liffen reflect on the inspiration and practical results of curious minds.

Jenny McCartney reviews Michael Winterbottom's latest film, Genova, starring Colin Firth as Joe, a bereaved husband and father of two girls. After the death of Joe's wife, the family move from America to the Italian city of Genova, where they strive to overcome their grief and build a new life.

Welsh-born actor Jonathan Pryce opens this week in Athol Fugard's play Dimetos. He looks back over 40 years of performances from his award-winning Hamlet at the Royal Court Theatre in 1980 and his role in Terry Gilliam's Brazil, to his many subsequent roles on stage and film including Pirates of the Caribbean.

Creator, writer and illustrator of over fifty books for young children - which have sold more than 11 million copies - Shirley Hughes talks to Mark about her first graphic and wordless book for adults.

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