08/05/2009

Famous for the characters of the jilted cab driver Keith Barret and Uncle Bryn from Gavin and Stacey, Rob Brydon talks to Kirsty Lang about what it's like to perform stand-up just as himself.

Novelist Sarah Dunant reviews the stop-motion film Coraline, an adaptation from the director of The Nightmare Before Christmas of Neil Gaiman's tale about a young girl who finds a secret door to an alternate world.

Welsh National Poet Gillian Clarke discusses bilingual poetry, sheep and the advice she's given her friend, the new Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.

Kirsty visits Under Glass, a new production at Sadlers Wells in London by The Clod Ensemble, in which dancers perform in glass jars, test tubes and cabinets.

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