Mark Lawson delivers the verdict on film The Lovely Bones, directed by Peter Jackson.

David Hare discusses his new radio drama Murder in Samarkand, in which David Tennant plays Craig Murray, former ambassador to Uzbekistan.

Andrew O'Hagan reviews a new exhibition of portraits by photographer Irving Penn, who died in 2009.

With the announcement of the death of the former champion jockey and author Dick Francis, Mark revisits one of the last interviews he gave.

Playwright and screenwriter Neil LaBute discusses his new short film, How Far Would You Go to Save Someone You Love?

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