31/08/2010

With Mark Lawson.

Oscar-winning actress Juliette Binoche discusses her new film Certified Copy, directed by Iranian writer and director Abbas Kiarostami. She talks about her ambiguous role as a wife and mother, working with William Shimell in his first acting role and her response to Gerard Depardieu's recent comments about her acting ability.

Bret Easton Ellis launches Front Row's Chain Story, which also contains contributions from Ian Rankin and Peter James.

Trevor Eve and Imogen Poots star in a new version of Andrea Newman's psychological drama A Bouquet of Barbed Wire, made famous by the controversial 1976 TV series starring Frank Finlay and Susan Penghaligon. Bel Mooney reviews.

The next edition of the complete Oxford English Dictionary might not be published in book form. Novelist Lawrence Norfolk considers whether the pleasures of reading the OED on paper outweigh the advantages of accessing it online.

Producer Philippa Ritchie.

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