Cultural Exchange - Archbishop of Canterbury; Food on stage; The Fall on TV

With Mark Lawson.

Writer Allan Cubitt discusses his new TV drama The Fall. Set in Belfast, it stars Gillian Anderson as Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson, who has been brought in from the Metropolitan Police to review an unsolved murder. Allan Cubitt discusses creating the tense atmosphere and tangled plot lines of the new crime drama.

In the latest Cultural Exchange, The Archbishop of Canterbury shares his passion for Benjamin Britten's War Requiem, and also reflects on how we should commemorate the forthcoming centenary of the 1914-18 war.

Shakepeare's Titus Andronicus includes a notorious scene requiring a pie with gruesome ingredients. As a new production of the play opens at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Craig Almond, Senior Prop Technician at the RSC, discuss the art of creating food on stage, and Alycia Smith-Howard, author of The Food of Love, examines Shakespeare's other culinary demands.

Producer Olivia Skinner.

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Role Contributor
PresenterMark Lawson
ProducerOlivia Skinner
Interviewed GuestJustin Welby
EditorJohn Goudie
Interviewed GuestCraig Almond
Interviewed GuestAlycia Smith-Howard
Interviewed GuestAllan Cubitt

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