Robert Lindsay; Orange is the New Black; Toumani and Sidiki Diabate; Rake's Progress at the Foundling Museum

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As Dirty Rotten Scoundrels extends its West End run, star Robert Lindsay reflects on the challenges of staging a hit musical, and father son kora stars Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté perform music from their new album. Also tonight, Rachel Cooke reviews series two of the hit Netflix drama Orange is the New Black, and London's Foundling Museum celebrates its 10th birthday and marks the 250th anniversary of William Hogarth's death with a new exhibition of work by David Hockney, Yinka Shonibare, Grayson Perry and Jessie Brennan, inspired by Hogarth's A Rake's Progress.

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Thu 5 Jun 2014 19:15

Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté

Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté

Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté are playing at The Stables, Milton Keynes on Thursday 5 June then the Howard Assembly Room on Friday 6 June and "Toumani & Sidiki" their new album is out now. For more details please visit their website.  

 

Photo Credit: Youri Lenquette

Robert Lindsay

Robert Lindsay

Robert Lindsay is performing in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the Savoy Theatre, West End, London, currently booking until March 2015.

 

Photo Credit: Johan Persson

Orange Is the New Black

Orange Is the New Black

Orange Is the New Black, season two is available on Netflix from Friday 6 June 2014.

 

Image: (L-R) Danielle Brooks, Lin Tucci, Natasha Lyonne, Yael Stone, Jackie Cruz, Emma Myles and Laverne Cox in a scene from Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black” Season 2.

Photo credit: Jessica Miglio for Netflix.

Progress

Progress is on at the Foundling Museum, London from Friday 6 June until Sunday 7 September 2014.

Credits

Role Contributor
ProducerEllie Bury
PresenterJohn Wilson
Interviewed GuestRobert Lindsay
Interviewed GuestToumani Diabate
Interviewed GuestSidiki Diabate
Interviewed GuestRachel Cooke
Interviewed GuestJessie Brennan
Interviewed GuestCaro Howell

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