Lisa Dwan; Lucy; Mark Ravenhill on Alan Turing; Richard Osman on TV quiz formats

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With John Wilson, who reviews Luc Bresson's new action thriller Lucy, which stars Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman.

John talks to Irish actor Lisa Dwan about performing Beckett's play Not I with just her mouth visible, and discusses creating new tv quiz shows with BBC's Richard Osman and Channel 4's Justin Gorman.

Plus Mark Ravenhill on taking the voice of Alan Turing as part of Talking Statues initiative, where 35 statues in London and Manchester will tell their own stories.

Presenter : John Wilson
Producer : Dymphna Flynn.

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Tue 19 Aug 2014 19:15

Lisa Dwan

Lisa Dwan

John talks to Irish actor Lisa Dwan about performing Beckett's play Not I with just her mouth visible.

Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby by Samuel Beckett is playing at the Southbank Centre from Tue 19 Aug 2014–Sat 30 Aug 2014 and then goes on tour:  

2-6 September, The Mac, Belfast

9-13 September, Cambridge Arts Theatre

16-20 September, Birmingham Rep

23-27 September, The Lowry (Salford Quays)

7-12 October, BAM, New York

 

Lucy

Lucy
Antonia Quirke reviews Luc Bresson's new action thriller Lucy, which stars Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman.

Talking Statues

Talking Statues
Mark Ravenhill talks about taking the voice of Alan Turing as part of Talking Statues initiative, where 35 statues in London and Manchester will tell their own stories.

New TV quiz formats

New TV quiz formats
Quiz show host Richard Osman and Channel 4's Justin Gorman discuss the challenges of creating new TV quiz formats.

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Role Contributor
PresenterJohn Wilson
Interviewed GuestAntonia Quirke
Interviewed GuestRichard Osman
Interviewed GuestJustin Gorman
Interviewed GuestMark Ravenhill
ProducerDymphna Flynn

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