A discussion on the changing role of women, as reflected in the theatre
Art critic Bill Feaver reviews the Ashmolean Museum's exhibition of the two artists
Andrew Lycett discusses the founding father of Victorian sensation-fiction, Wilkie Collins
Professor Nello Cristianini discusses the shifts in the field of Artificial Intelligence
Francis Bacon and Henry Moore
The exhibition Francis Bacon / Henry Moore: Flesh and Bone is on display at the University of Oxford's Ashmolean Museum from 12th September to 19th January 2014.
Women on stageDrama on 3 presents three classic plays that responded to the growing freedom of women at the turn of the twentieth century:
- Votes for Women, by Elizabeth Robins, will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Sunday 15th September, at 8.30pm.
- The Father, by August Strindberg, will be broadcast on Sunday 22nd September.
- You Never Can Tell, by George Bernard Shaw, will be broadcast on Sunday 29th September.
Jessica Swale's debut play Blue Stockings is on at Shakespeare's Globe theatre in London until 11th October.
Wilkie Collins: A Life of Sensation, by Andrew Lycett, is published by Hutchinson on 12th September.
- Matthew Sweet
A selection of Radio 3's arts, drama, world music and jazz programmes.