Margaret Atwood on her first opera, Neel Mukherjee and Quirke
Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood discusses the world premiere of her first opera Pauline, live from Vancouver; Ranald McInnes on the Glasgow Art School fire; Neel Mukherjee on his new novel The Lives of Others, set during the political unrest in India in the 1960s; Amat Escalante, director of new film Heli, reveals the background to his drama about drugs, violence and corruption in a remote community in rural Mexico; and Jake Arnott reviews new British TV drama Quirke starring Gabriel Byrne and written by Andrew Davies and Conor McPherson, an adaptation of the novels by Benjamin Black (John Banville).
Producer Jerome Weatherald.
|Interviewed Guest||Margaret Atwood|
|Interviewed Guest||Ranald McInnes|
|Interviewed Guest||Neel Mukherjee|
|Interviewed Guest||Amat Escalante|
|Interviewed Guest||Jake Arnott|