23/04/2010

Kirsty Lang speaks to playwright Jonathan Harvey, whose new play Canary charts a gay relationship from 1960s to the present day and about plans to put Coronation Street on the stage.

Japanese cookery show Iron Chef - described as Masterchef meets Gladiators - finally reaches UK television screens. Celebrity Chef Andrew Nutter gives his verdict on whether its 'warrior chefs' make Marco's Kitchen Burnout look tame.

The French film director Bertrand Tavernier talks about his battles with Hollywood producers whilst making the thriller In the Electric Mist, starring Tommy Lee Jones.

A major retrospective in Manchester celebrates the work of photographer Dorothy Bohm. She talks about six decades of work from film shortages to the use of colour and Polaroids.

Produced by Anne-Marie Bullock.

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The late Helen Dunmore's final poetry collection takes top prize.

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