Coriolanus, Olivia Colman, Alex Ferguson's ghost writer, comedy DVDs

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Mark Lawson reviews the new production of Coriolanus. Josie Rourke directs Shakespeare's tragedy of political manipulation and revenge, with Tom Hiddleston making his return to the Donmar Warehouse in London in the title role.

Producer: Rebecca Armstrong.

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Coriolanus

Tom Hiddleston returns to the Donmar Warehouse in London in the title role of Coriolanus. Directed by Josie Rourke the play also stars Deborah Findlay as Volumnia, Mark Gatiss as Menenius and Hadley Fraser as Aufidius. Justin Cartwright reviews.

Olivia Colman

Olivia Colman talks about playing opposite Vanessa Redgrave in up and coming BBC drama, The Thirteenth Tale, and about what it was like filming Broadchurch without knowing the ending.

Sir Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography

This year's best-selling memoir is Sir Alex Ferguson's account of his life: My Autobiography, which was ghostwritten by Daily Telegraph sports journalist Paul Hayward. Sir Alex managed Manchester United for 27 years before retiring earlier this year and Paul Hayward describes how he compiled the book with Sir Alex Ferguson.

Comedy DVD's

Sarah Millican, Reginald D. Hunter and Bill Bailey are among the comedians who have DVDs aimed at the Christmas market this year. Stephen Armstrong picks his best of the bunch and reflects on the future for the comedy DVD phenomenon.

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