Andrew Lloyd Webber; Boyhood reviewed; A Man Called Ove
In tonight's Front Row, Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about the return of Cats to the West End stage, directed by Trevor Nunn, and a review of Richard Linklater's new film Boyhood - which was filmed over twelve years and tells the story of a divorced couple raising their son from age 6 to age 18.
Also in the programme: Kirsty meets Fredrik Backman, author of A Man Called Ove, the word-of-mouth bestseller in Sweden and this week's Book at Bedtime on Radio 4. Ove is a newly-retired, very grumpy widower, but behind the surly pedant there is a story, and a sadness.
And as Ed Sheeran's new album X retains its number one position, we examine maths in pop songs.
|Interviewed Guest||Andrew Lloyd Webber|
|Interviewed Guest||Fredrik Backman|
|Interviewed Guest||Larushka Ivan-Zadeh|
|Interviewed Guest||David Quantick|