Music Played16 items
The Vee Gees You Should Be Dancing
Bee Gees - Their Greatest Hits, Polydor, 589 449-2
Crosby, Stills & Nash Our House
Carry On, ATLANTIC, 7567-80487 2
Elvis Presley (You're the) Devil in Disguise
Elvis 75, SONY/RCA, 86976-19482
Paloma Faith 30 Minute Love Affair
Fall To Grace, SONY BMG MUSIC, 88691988982
Spike Milligan Ning Nang Nong
Spike, EMI, 542-0552
Radiohead No surprises
The Best of Radiohead, Parlophone, n-a
Cliff Richard Living Doll
At Your Request Anne Robinson Your 16 Favourite Tracks, BBC, BBC CD-733
Daniel Powter Cupid
N/A, N/A, N/A
Barbra Streisand No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)
Barbra Streisand - Duets, Columbia, 509812 9
Gibson Brothers Cuba
Mundo Latino, COLUMBIA, SONYTV-2 CD
Wynn, Keenan And James Whitmore Brush Up Your Shakespeare
Kiss Me Kate/Brigadoon, EMI, CDP-7932972
Language, Sex, Violenec, Other?, UNIVERSAL, VVR-1031052
Talking Heads Psycho Killer
From The Velvets To The Voidoids, Rhino, 5101-122482
Gossip Move in the Right Direction
A Joyful Noise, COLUMBIA, 88691982651
Five for Fighting Superman
Dawson's Creek, COLUMBIA, 5009242-NA
Texas Black Eyed Boy
Hits Zone - The Best Of 97 (Variou, Polygram Tv, na-555 072 2
Author Fay Weldon
Claudia chatted to the acclaimed and outspoken writer about her new book 'Habits of The House', the first in a trilogy about love and inheritance at the turn of the century.
Actor Samantha Spiro
Award-winning actress of stage and screen Samantha dropped in to discuss the Globe Theatre in London's current production of Shakespeare's 'Taming Of The Shrew', in which she plays the wild, ungovernable and shrewish KATHERINA.
Crime writer Steve Mosby
Still only 34, the Leeds-based psychological thriller writer has already penned six books including 'The 50/50 Killer' and 'Black Flowers'. His new book, 'Dark Room', follows DI Andrew Hooks in his hunt for a serial killer with a taste for chaos.
Michael Billington's Theatre Reviews
SURPRISES runs at the Stephen Joseph, Scarborough until October 13 but also pays a visit to the Chichester Festival in August along with Absurd Person Singular
TIMON OF ATHENS is at the Olivier in London unil November 1 when it's also being screened on NT Live
Ibsen's A DOLL'S HOUSE closed at London's Young Vic on Thursday 26th July
THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI is at the Minerva, Chichester until Saturday 28th July
JASON SOLOMONS' FILM REVIEWS
Dr Seuss’ The Lorax
In this family animation, one thing stands in the way of a 12-year-old boy and the girl of his dreams; The Lorax, a loveable yet curmudgeonly forest creature who’ll do everything in his power to protect the world that he’s made his own. Featuring the voices of Zac Efron, Taylor Swift and Danny DeVito, Dr Seuss’s The Lorax is certificate U and out now.
Searching for Sugar Man
Two South Africans set out to discover what happened to their unlikely musical hero, the mysterious 1970s rock 'n' roller, Rodriguez. Searching For Sugarman is on limited release with a certificate 12A. Director Mallik Benjelloul and Rodriguez himself were guests on the show of 20th July.
The Man Inside
Clayton Murdoch (Ashley Thomas) carries a terrible darkness inside him. As a boy he was exposed to murder and gang culture by his father (David Harewood). With his father now in prison, Clayton channels his aggression into boxing. But when violence starts to destroy his family, Clayton’s forced to ask his father, the one man he fears the most, for help. The Man Inside is certificate 15 and out now.
Leave It On The Floor
Set in the ballroom world originally memorialised by the documentary Paris Is Burning, Leave It on the Floor is an original musical set in the scene in Los Angeles 2011. The film is certificate 18 and is out now.
THE TOUR GUIDE'S GUIDE TO ART - ST FAGAN'S NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM, NEAR CARDIFF
Sara Huws, a Learning Interpreter at the museum, tells us about her favourite item:Find out more about St Fagan's National History Museum
"It may not look like much, but my favourite thing at the museum is the timber frame of Hendre'r Ywydd. You can see its dowels sticking out behind me. The cruck frames were chopped down and assembled around 1504, and they held a roof over successive owners' heads until 1962, when the whole house was dismantled, moved and re-erected at the museum. I've cooked on its hearth, told stories around the fire, harvested food from the garden and even found its original location, in Denbighshire, last year.
It may be hidden under limewash, but with my hands I can trace the grain, feel all the different repairs and the knots in the wood. I like to think that these trees were saplings on the day, five miles away, Rhuthun burned to the ground during Glynd?r's Rebellion. It amazes me that something so easy to miss - the building itself - can link us to that smoke, that destruction and devestation. Every rivet, dowel, truss and brick at St Fagans tells a story, and that's why I love it here."
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