Black Mass, The Homecoming at 50, Peter Bazalgette on arts funding, Paul Ruddock
Michael Carlson reviews Black Mass with Johnny Depp as mobster 'Whitey' Bulger. Pinter's The Homecoming 50 years on. Arts Council England's Peter Bazalgette on government funding.
Johnny Depp stars in Black Mass as James "Whitey" Bulger, the infamous Irish-American mobster turned FBI informant. Michael Carlson reviews.
Harold Pinter's great drama of familial power struggles, 'The Homecoming' was first staged half a century ago. As a new production opens, John Wilson talks to its director, Jamie Lloyd, to John Simm, who plays Lennie, and Pinter's biographer, Michael Billington, who, as well as the new one, saw the original production.
Following the Chancellor's Autumn Statement on Government spending plans, Arts Council England chair Peter Bazalgette looks at the bottom line and the future. And Front Row asks key cultural philanthropists about the part they play in funding artistic endeavour. At a time when public spending on the Arts is squeezed, can, and should, money from the private sector bridge the gap? Philanthropist Paul Ruddock on having one's name above the door.
Presenter: John Wilson
Producer: Elaine Lester.
The Homecoming at 50
Peter Bazalgette on arts funding
Role Contributor Presenter John Wilson Interviewed Guest Michael Carlson Interviewed Guest Jamie Lloyd Interviewed Guest John Simm Interviewed Guest Michael Billington Interviewed Guest Peter Bazalgette Interviewed Guest Paul Ruddock Producer Elaine Lester