Cameron Mackintosh takes on Barnum; new film Frances Ha
Chichester Festival Theatre's main stage is currently undergoing building works so a large temporary tent-like structure has been built outside - surely the perfect setting for a production of Barnum. Cameron Mackintosh co-produces the story of the extraordinary American showman.
Frances Ha is a new film co-scripted by its star, Greta Gerwig, and directed by Noah Baumbach. It's a funny and touching coming-of-age story for Frances, a 27-year-old living in New York who can't quite bring herself to do anything or leave anywhere.
Alissa Nutting's debut novel Tampa has attracted attention for its explicit description of a relationship between a female teacher and her 14-year-old pupil. Based on a true story, does it offer an insightful take on what happens when a woman does such a thing?
The Mill is a new drama set in the Industrial Revolution by John Fay aiming to bring the history of Cheshire's Quarry Mill to life. It's on Channel 4 and takes true stories of some of the children who worked there and the writer hopes it will be "the English Roots - with laughs".
And The Queen's Coronation 1953 is a special exhibition to mark 60 years since the event, taking place as part of the Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace. The Queen's Coronation Dress designed by Norman Hartnell and the invitation to Prince Charles to attend are among the objects on display.
Presenter Sarfraz Manzoor is joined by Dame Liz Forgan, Deborah Moggach and Antonia Quirke.
Produced by Sarah Johnson.
The Queen's Coronation 1953 exhibition
Frances Ha is on general release (26th July 2013), certificate 15.