Great Britain at London's Lyttleton Theatre is written by Richard Bean and directed by Nicholas Hytner (the team that was behind the wildly successful 'One Man Two Guvnors'). Starring Billie Piper as an unscrupulous tabloid newspaper editor who is right in the middle of a web of corruption involving phone hacking, politicians the press and the police
It's half a century since the Beatles made their big screen debut with A Hard Day's Night. It was considered a lightweight thing by many when it was released cost £180,000 and made many millions just in its opening weekend and has been hailed as one of the best rock and roll films of all time
Jimmy McGovern's reputation as a TV dramatist is second to none; Accused, Cracker, The Lakes, and many more. His work is renowned for dealing with social issues and his latest addresses what he sees as the injustice of the law of joint enterprise.
The iceberg. Marion Coutts has written a book about the diagnosis from cancer and death of her husband Tom Lubbock. Is it more a work of art than a diary?
July sees the 8th Liverpool Biennial, 'an exhibition about our habits habitats and the objects images relationships and activities that constitute our immediate surroundings'. What does that actually entail? How does it manifest itself around the city?
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Helen Lewis, Giles Fraser and Paul Farley. The producer is Oliver Jones.
A Hard Day's Night
Liverpool Biennial 2014
|Interviewed Guest||Helen Lewis|
|Interviewed Guest||Giles Fraser|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Farley|