Emma Watson in The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Turner Prize, Hunted
With Mark Lawson.
Emma Watson returns to the big screen in a new film The Perks of Being a Wallflower, in which a young man falls for Sam (played by Watson) while under the protective eyes of two fellow students who take him under their wing. Rebecca Nicholson reviews.
The 2012 Turner Prize exhibition opens tomorrow, featuring works by the four shortlisted artists. Spartacus Chetwynd, Luke Fowler, Paul Noble and Elizabeth Price are competing for the £25,000 award. Art critic Jackie Wullschlager gives her verdict.
The production company behind Spooks and Ashes To Ashes now bring us Hunted, a TV drama series which focuses on a highly-skilled operative for an elite private intelligence firm. She has faced a threat to her life which might have been an inside job. Gabriel Tate reviews.
And as Halifax-based theatre company Northern Broadsides celebrate their 20th anniversary, founder Barrie Rutter and company members reflect on their tradition of performing classic plays in northern voices in non-velvet spaces.
Producer Jerome Weatherald.