Sex and the City 2; Ian McEwan; Chang-rae Lee

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Mark Lawson reviews the latest Sex and the City film, starring Sarah Jessica Parker.

The acclaimed Korean-American writer Chang-rae Lee discusses his new novel The Surrendered, which reflects on the aftermath of the Korean war.

Ian McEwan was announced today as the winner of the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction, set up in 2000, 25 years after the death of P G Wodehouse. McEwan responds to the award, and what it's like to be allowed to name a Gloucester Old Spot pig after his winning novel Solar as part of the prize.

Artist David Nash continues his personal behind-the-scenes tour of Yorkshire Sculpture Park, as the finishing touches are made to a major exhibition of his work.

Producer Jack Soper.

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Tue 25 May 2010 19:15

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