Tom Sutcliffe and his guests film-maker James Runcie and writers Lisa Appignanesi and Kevin Jackson review the cultural highlights of the week including Much Ado About Nothing.
Josie Rourke's production of Much Ado About Nothing at Wyndham's Theatre in London stars David Tennant as Benedick and Catherine Tate as Beatrice - the pair of bickering lovers who overcome their mutual antipathy. Rourke has relocated the action to somewhere resembling Gibraltar in the early 1980s complete with Princess Di masks and lurid cocktails.
Senna is Asif Kapadia's film about the three times World Champion Brazilian Formula 1 driver. Using only archive footage, the documentary follows Senna from his first Formula 1 season in 1984 to his final race at Imola ten years later and also charts the increasingly bitter rivalry between Senna and Alain Prost.
Veteran American writer Cynthia Ozick's new novel Foreign Bodies is partly set in early 1950s Paris - a city still recovering from war and populated by many displaced people. Bea travels there from New York to retrieve a nephew who she barely knows on behalf of her overbearing brother, but her attempts to resolve the family's problems have their own unforeseen consequences.
There are two new comedies on BBC TV this week. Angry Boys is Chris Lilley's follow up to Summer Heights High and sees him playing six characters including twin brothers Daniel and Nathan and their grandmother who employs unconventional methods in her work at a young offenders institution. In With the Flynns is a family-based sitcom starring Will Mellor and Niky Wardley as a Manchester couple juggling work and parenthood.
The Royal Academy's annual Summer Exhibition is the world's largest open submission contemporary art show and this is its 243rd year. This year's co-ordinator is sculptor and painter Christopher Le Brun who says that because of some of the Royal Academicians' mixed feelings about the exhibition in previous years, a greater emphasis has been placed on how the work is hung and curated. Most of the work in the exhibition is for sale.
Producer Torquil MacLeod.