07/04/2009

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Novelist Margaret Drabble discusses her book The Pattern in the Carpet: A Personal History with Jigsaws, which is part memoir, and part an exploration of her own fascination with jigsaw puzzles.

Larushka Ivan-Zadeh reviews new Swedish film Let the Right One In, about a 12-year-old boy who falls for a girl next door who turns out to be a vampire.

A visit to the Handel House Museum at 25 Brook Street in London's Mayfair. The 250th anniversary of Handel's death is being marked by a new exhibition - Handel Reveal'd, offering new insights into the composer's character and personal life. John Wilson paid a visit with conductor Christopher Hogwood CBE and crime writer and Handel fan, Ruth Rendell.

Music writer Barney Hoskyns on his biography of US singer-songwriter Tom Waits - which was written without any contributions from the notoriously private artist.

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