Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear star in the long-awaited production of Othello at the National Theatre, directed by Nicholas Hytner. Do the talent and charisma of its leads and a striking setting in a modern-day military conflict add up to the great theatrical event the audience is hoping for?
Paul Raymond was a strip club and soft porn tycoon who became the richest man in Britain but he couldn't save his daughter Debbie from a drug-fuelled lifestyle and early death. Steve Coogan plays Raymond in Michael Winterbottom's new film The Look of Love and Imogen Poots plays his daughter, with support from Anna Friel and Tamsin Egerton. How illuminating is this biopic about his life and times?
Vicious is a new sitcom on ITV starring two Sirs: Derek Jacobi and Ian McKellen. Frances de la Tour features too in the show which is written by Gary Janetti, who's written for Will & Grace and Family Guy, and is co-created by Mark Ravenhill.
New Order: British Art Today at the Saatchi Gallery showcases 17 artists who might come to form a new Sensation generation. Are there stars in the making?
And a first novel from Sam Byers, Idiopathy, proclaims on its cover that it is a novel of love, narcissism and ailing cattle... and depicts a couple broken up by relentless arguing who have to meet again when a friend from their past re-appears.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Dreda Say Mitchell, Cahal Dallat and David Benedict.
Producer: Sarah Johnson.