Redford in All Is Lost, How to Be a Heroine, TV drama 7.39
Robert Redford has given the performance of a lifetime according to many critics in his most recent film "All Is Lost". It's literally a one-man film set entirely at sea with about a page's-worth of dialogue over 100 minutes. Will our panel marvel at this bravura performance by the 77 year old Sundance Kid?
How To be A Heroine (or what I've learned from reading too much) is a book looking at strong female characters in novels and how they've changed over the years and how readers' relationships with them have also developed as they themselves grow up.
Lost Boy is a new play exploring what happened to the children in the Peter Pan story. Set on the eve of the First World War, we re-meet J M Barrie's characters now they've grown up and are preparing to face the world on the edge of horror.
7.39 is a new BBC TV drama based around a flirtatious relationship between 2 commuters on an early morning train. The cast includes Sheridan Smith, Olivia Colman, David Morrissey and Sean Maguire - it seems like a simple premise, but can the drudgery of commuting become dynamic drama?
And we visit The Wallace Collection in London to look at their permanent collection which is uniquely permanent in that a condition of the bequest that founded it states that no item can never be loaned out.
Producer: Oliver Jones.
All is Lost
How To be A Heroine
The Wallace Collection