Novelist David Mitchell; Keane; and a review of Money

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With Mark Lawson. The author David Mitchell, whose previous novels Cloud Atlas and number9dream were shortlisted for the Booker, discusses his latest: The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet, set in Japan at the turn of the nineteenth century.

Tom Chaplin and Richard Hughes from the band Keane speak about the release of their new EP Night Train, the introduction of guitars into their music and their feelings about David Cameron using one of their tracks as walk-on music.

An adaptation of Martin Amis' cult novel Money is the latest instalment from BBC Two's 1980s season. Nick Frost and Jerry Hall star in the satirical take on greed, excess and ambition. Hermione Lee reviews.

Producer Georgia Mann.

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