The Sea; Keith Huff; Patience Agbabi; Banksy art

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Kirsty Lang discusses a new film adaptation of John Banville's Man Booker prize winning novel The Sea. With Rachel Cooke.

House of Cards writer Keith Huff talks about his play A Steady Rain. A hit on Broadway in 2009 starring Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman, it receives its UK premiere at the Theatre Royal Bath.

Is it ok to steal a Banksy? Lawyer Karen Sanig, from Mischon de Reya, offers legal advice.

Poet Patience Agbabi on her new collection Telling Tales, an updating of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, with the pilgrims travelling on a Routemaster bus.

And TV critic Boyd Hilton reviews Trying Again, the new sitcom from Thick of It duo Chris Addison and Simon Blackwell, about a couple stuggling after an affair.

Presenter: Kirsty Lang
Producer: Timothy Prosser.

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Wed 16 Apr 2014 19:15

Banksy

Banksy

The Banksy - believed to be on plywood - was originally shown here on Clement Street, Bristol.

A Steady Rain

A Steady Rain

A Steady Rain, written by Keith Huff is on at the Theatre Royal Bath until Saturday 10 May 2014.

 

Image: A Steady Rain, Vincent Riotta as Denny & Brian Doherty as Joey, Theatre Royal Bath

Credit: Simon Annand

Patience Agbabi

Patience Agbabi

Telling Tales written by Patience Agbabi is published by Canongate Books.

 

Image Credit: Lyndon Douglas

Trying Again

Trying Again

Trying Again begins on Thursday 24 April 2014 on Sky Living.

 

Image: Jo Joyner as Meg & Chris Addison as Matt

The Sea

The Sea is released in UK cinemas on Friday 18 April 2014, certificate 12A.

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Role Contributor
PresenterKirsty Lang
Interviewed GuestRachel Cooke
Interviewed GuestKeith Huff
Interviewed GuestKaren Sanig
Interviewed GuestPatience Agbabi
Interviewed GuestBoyd Hilton
ProducerTimothy Prosser

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