19/10/2009

Jane Horrocks returns to the musical stage for the first time in 15 years to play the gun-toting Annie Oakley in Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun. How will Horrocks's rendition of There's No Business Like Show Business compare with Ethel Merman's? This revival by the Young Vic is directed by Richard Jones and designed by Ultz.

A new exhibition at The British Museum focuses on the great age of Mexican print making which gained pace between 1910 and 1920 during Mexico's socialist revolution. Artist John Keane reviews.

American country singer Lyle Lovett's home state of Texas features heavily in his new album, Natural Forces. The Grammy award-winning singer brings his guitar into the studio and discusses his musical career as well as his occasional forays into film acting.

As Fawlty Towers receives a new remastered DVD release 30 years after the series ended, a panel of media studies students reveal whether or not it stands the test of time for a new generation of viewers.

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