Kristin Davis; Errol Morris; Mammon; Kate Bush

Kirsty Lang talks to Kristin Davis, best known for playing Charlotte in Sex and the City, as she makes her West End debut in Fatal Attraction, directed by Trevor Nunn.

The latest Nordic Noir to arrive on British TV screens is Mammon, a Norwegian thriller about a newspaper journalist. Crime writer Dreda Say Mitchell reviews.

Documentary maker Errol Morris (The Fog of War) on his latest film The Unknown Known, which profiles former US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld from his early days as a congressman to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

In August Kate Bush will play her first live concerts in 35 years. She recently talked to John Wilson about her fears of performing live.

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The Unknown Known

The Unknown Known
The Unknown Known directed by Errol Morris is released in UK cinemas on Friday 21 March 2014, certificate 12A.

Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction starring Kristin Davis, Natascha McElhone & Mark Bazeley is on at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London until Saturday 21 June 2014.


Image: Mark Bazeley (Dan Gallagher) and Kristin Davis (Beth Gallagher) in Fatal Attraction

Photo Credit: Tristram Kenton


Lead Image at top of page, Photo Credit: Uli Weber

Kate Bush

Kate Bush

Kate Bush will play 15 shows entitled Before the Dawn at London's Hammersmith Apollo starting on Tuesday 26 August and finishing on Friday 19 September 2014.



Mammon begins on Friday 28 March 2014 at 21:00 on More4.


Image: Jon Øigarden as Peter Verås in Mammon


Role Contributor
PresenterKirsty Lang
Interviewed GuestKristin Davis
Interviewed GuestDreda Say Mitchell
Interviewed GuestErrol Morris
Interviewed GuestKate Bush
ProducerTimothy Prosser

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