Jonathan Ross; Max Stafford-Clark and Stella Feehily

With Kirsty Lang.

Jonathan Ross discusses the publication of his first graphic novel Turf, why he's not tempted by a move to Hollywood, and why he still feels he has something to prove, as he returns to our screens with a new chat show for ITV.

Out of Joint theatre director Max Stafford-Clark and writer Stella Feehily discuss creating a play called Bang Bang Bang, inspired by the dilemmas facing aid workers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

The veteran American singer and songwriter Glen Campbell has announced that due to the onset of Alzheimer's, his new album Ghost on the Canvas will be his last. Music writer David Hepworth gives his response to the final release from the man who brought us Rhinestone Cowboy, Wichita Lineman and Galveston.

Producer: Philippa Ritchie.

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