We're the Millers; Terry Gilliam; Franz Ferdinand; Bob Dylan portraits

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With John Wilson.

Film director and former Python Terry Gilliam discusses the re-mastering of his classic film Time Bandits, for a new DVD release, as his new film The Zero Theorem heads for the Venice Film Festival.

Jennifer Aniston stars as a stripper turned pretend suburban wife and mother in the film We're The Millers. She becomes involved in the plans of a small-time drug dealer, played by Jason Sudekis, who enlists a fake family to help him smuggle marijuana across the Mexican border. Mark Eccleston reviews.

The Scottish band Franz Ferdinand, who won the Mercury Music Prize in 2004, are back with a new album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, their first release for four years. Alex Kapranos and Bob Hardy discuss creating a live sound on a studio album and how a line on a vintage postcard discovered in a London market led to the opening lyric of the title track.

As an exhibition of pastel portraits by Bob Dylan opens at the National Portrait Gallery in London, music journalist Kate Mossman discusses Dylan's art and the portraits in his lyrics.

Producer Ellie Bury.

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Fri 23 Aug 2013 19:15

Terry Gilliam

Film director and former Python Terry Gilliam discusses the re-mastering of his classic film Time Bandits, as his new film heads for the Venice Film Festival.

We're The Millers

Jennifer Aniston stars as a stripper turned pretend suburban wife and mother in We're The Millers. Mark Eccleston reviews.

Franz Ferdinand

The Scottish indie band Franz Ferdinand are back with their new album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action.

Bob Dylan

As an exhibition of pastel portraits by Bob Dylan opens at the National Portrait Gallery.

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Role Contributor
PresenterJohn Wilson
Interviewed GuestTerry Gilliam
Interviewed GuestMark Eccleston
Interviewed GuestAlex Kapranos
Interviewed GuestBob Hardy
Interviewed GuestKate Mossman
ProducerEllie Bury
EditorJohn Goudie

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