Johnny Depp: 'What do I care about somebody's critique'
Johnny Depp defends his poorly-reviewed film The Lone Ranger. Jessie J discusses having a stroke at the age of 18 and beating the school bullies. Angela Cheung, editor of Vogue China, tells us why she wants to change the meaning of 'Made in China'. Plus the live BBC concert mixing Hip Hop, Grime and a symphony orchestra; Lizo’s celebrity news round-up, and from the archive, the BBC’s South Africa Spits Back documentary. Also, award-winning cinematographer Christopher Doyle talks about turning words into images on his new art app Away With Words, and we have a plethora of writers discussing the loneliness of their craft.
Here's the music we played in this week's programme:
David Bowie – Fashion
Lady Leshurr – Blazin’ (Live BBC Orchestral Mix)
Rossini - The William Tell Overture (Theme from The Lone Ranger)
Dimitri From Paris – Une Very Stylish Fille
Jessie J - It’s My Party
Benny Goodman and His Orchestra – Hooray for Hollywood
Elmer Bernstein – Hollywood and The Stars
The Waltz of The Dragons – From the film Soundtrack “In the Mood For Love”
Sully Shanks – Give Me Up (LD Remix)
Mozart – Soave Sio Il Vento from “Cosi Fan Tutte”
Hugh Masekela – Grazing in the Grass
Wagner – Die Walkure
Wretch 32 & Jacob Banks – I’m Doing OK