21/04/2010

Gurinder Chadha's new film It's a Wonderful Afterlife follows a mother who will go to any lengths to see her daughter married. Broadcaster Anita Rani reviews.

Both Channel 4 and BBC 3 are broadcasting documentaries on autism. The executive producers of Channel 4's series Young, Autistic and Stagestruck and BBC 3's The Autistic Me, One Year On and Autistic Driving School, join John Wilson to discuss the challenges of making these films, and the fine line they tread in representing such vulnerable contributors on screen.

John Wilson goes behind the scenes of Britain's Got Bhangra at Stratford East; a new musical which charts the rise of Bhangra music in the U.K.

The American writer Lynn Nottage discusses Ruined, her Pulitzer prize-winning play about women who work in a brothel in war-torn Congo.

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Nine Surprising Ways to Celebrate the Summer Solstice

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Find out where can you go and what can you do around the world to celebrate the solstice.

Russian Revolution at 100

Russian Revolution at 100

Cultural figures champion art works inspired by the events of 1917.

Shakespeare’s People

Shakespeare’s People

Front Row’s celebration of Shakespeare’s characters.

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