Richard Bean; Olga Kurylenko; Arne Dahl
With Mark Lawson.
Richard Bean's play One Man, Two Guvnors, a re-working of A Servant of Two Masters, has proved one of the biggest theatrical hits of recent years. His earlier play Smack Family Robinson - a dark comedy about the family of a well-to-do drug dealer - now receives a new production starring Keith Allen and Denise Welch. Richard Bean reflects on drugs, gags, and being labelled a right wing playwright.
Actress Olga Kurylenko, who reached a global audience in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace, discusses her latest role in Oblivion, a dystopian thriller which also stars Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman. The Ukrainian-born actress, who moved to France when a teenager to work as a model, talks about her journey from small town Ukraine to Hollywood.
A new Nordic crime drama starts on BBC Four this weekend. Arne Dahl, from Sweden, follows a team of detectives in pursuit of a serial killer, and follows the popular Scandinavian dramas The Killing, Borgen and Wallander. Arne Dahl is the pseudonym of writer Jan Arnald, on whose books the series is based. Jeff Park, who has read the books, discusses whether they work on screen.
Producer: Olivia Skinner.