Red reviewed; Peter Asher on Apple Records, Tutankhamen
John Wilson reviews Bruce Willis and Dame Helen Mirren in the film Red.
Booker shortlisted writer Lloyd Jones discusses the links between his new novel Hand Me Down World - a story about an illegal immigrant trying to find her son which is told by the people she meets - and his best selling book Mr Pip, which has now become a schools set text.
Peter Asher, who ran the Apple Records label for The Beatles, recalls the birth of the label, and the acts he signed, including singer-songwriter James Taylor. He also reflects on whether business disagreements rather than musical differences broke up The Beatles.
Can replicas replace seeing historic objects in museums ? As a display of replica works from Tutankhamum's tomb opens in Manchester - museum consultants John Williams and Giles Waterfield debate the pros and cons.
Producer Gavin Heard.