Damian Lewis in Billions, Hugh Bonneville, Olivia Chaney, Bryan and Mary M Talbot
Billions reviewed, Hugh Bonneville on Malvolio, authors Bryan and Mary M Talbot on their new graphic novel, musician Olivia Chaney talks Purcell, and bad neighbours in the movies.
The hit American series Billions starts in the UK this week and is set in the power-hungry and corrupt world of New York finance, starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis. Boyd Hilton Reviews.
As part of our Shakespeare's People series, Hugh Bonneville chooses Malvolio from Twelfth Night.
Bryan and Mary M Talbot, authors of the award-winning Dotter of Her Father's Eyes, discuss their latest graphic novel The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia.
Folk musician Olivia Chaney will be performing songs by Henry Purcell this weekend at the London Festival of Baroque Music. Olivia discusses reinterpreting the composer's songs in the folk tradition.
And with the Zac Efron/Seth Rogan comedy Bad Neighbours 2 in cinemas this week, Adam Smith considers how much cinema loves it when you just can't get along with the folks next door.
Shakespeare's People: Hugh Bonneville
Bryan and Mary M Talbot
The people who live next door
BillionsBillions begins on Sky Atlantic on Thursday 12 May at 9pm.
Shakespeare's People: Hugh BonnevilleHugh Bonneville discusses the role of Malvolio
Bryan and Mary M TalbotThe Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia are published by Penguin Random House.
Role Contributor Interviewed Guest Boyd Hilton Interviewed Guest Hugh Bonneville Interviewed Guest Bryan Talbot Interviewed Guest Mary Talbot Interviewed Guest Olivia Chaney Interviewed Guest Adam Smith Presenter Samira Ahmed Producer Dymphna Flynn