23/08/2010

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With Mark Lawson.

Crime specialist Jeff Park reviews new film The Girl Who Played With Fire - based on the second novel in the Millennium saga by Swedish writer Stieg Larsson.

Author David Almond discusses his new book My Name is Mina, the prequel to Skellig which won both the Whitbread Children's Award and the Carnegie Medal.

In 1968 Jimi Hendrix moved to the top floor of 23 Brook Street in London, a building which was the home of George Frideric Handel and now houses the Handel House Museum. To commemorate the anniversary of Hendrix's death in London in September 1970, the Museum is staging an exhibition devoted to his life and music. Mark explores the exhibition with curator Sarah Bardwell and broadcaster Paul Gambaccini

Producer: Timothy Prosser.

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