The Black Keys; Neil Jordan on Bob Hoskins; Joel Dicker

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John Wilson remembers the actor Bob Hoskins, whose death was announced today, talking to director Neil Jordan and actress Cathy Tyson about Hoskins' Oscar nominated performance in the film Mona Lisa.

Sports presenter Eleanor Oldroyd reviews Next Goals Wins, a film about the American Samoa football team, who after suffering the worst loss in international football history (31-0 to Australia), attempt to qualify for the World Cup.

Swiss novelist Joël Dicker is a publishing sensation - his novel The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair has won prizes in Europe and been translated into 38 languages. Now it's arrived in the UK. The novel is an intricate murder mystery and an exploration of writing and the writing industry. Joël Dicker talks to John Wilson about being at the centre of a publishing whirlwind and how similar - or not - his own life is to that of his glamorous novelist hero.

Grammy award winning duo The Black Keys discuss their new album Turn Blue. Guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Pat Carney reflect on their transition from garage band to stadium success, the impact of break-ups; and life on the road.

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The Black Keys

The Black Keys

Turn Blue by The Black Keys is released on Monday 12 May 2014.


Image credit: Danny Clinch

Next Goal Wins

Next Goal Wins

Next Goal Wins is released in UK cinemas on Wednesday 7 May 2014, certificate 15.


Image: Coach Thomas Rongen with the team

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Joël Dicker

Joël Dicker

The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair written by Joël Dicker is published by MacLehose Press on Thursday 1 May 2014.


Image credit: Caroline Forbes


Role Contributor
PresenterJohn Wilson
Interviewed GuestCathy Tyson
Interviewed GuestNeil Jordan
Interviewed GuestJoel Dicker
Interviewed GuestEleanor Oldroyd
ProducerClaire Bartleet

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