Heart of a Dog, Don DeLillo, Blue/Orange, Going Forward, Seeing Round Corners
Laurie Anderson film Heart of a Dog, Don DeLillo's novel Zero K, Blue/Orange revival at Young Vic, Jo Brand in Going Forward, Seeing Round Corners at Turner Contemporary Margate.
Laurie Anderson's film Heart of a Dog explores death and longing through the story of her terrier
Don DeLillo's novel new Zero K explores death and longing and cryogenic suspension
The revival at London's Young Vic of Joe Penhall's 2000 play Blue/Orange manages to deal in a darkly comic way with paranoid schizophrenia.
Jo Brand returns to TV as Kim Wilde - a community nurse coping with financial cuts and family crises in Going Forward. It's dark but is it comic?
Seeing Round Corners is a new exhibition at Turner Contemporary in Margate which celebrates the centrality of the circle in art.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Sarah Crompton, Alex Clark and Robert Hanks. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Heart Of A Dog
Zero K by Don DeLillo is available in hardback and ebook now.
Seeing Round Corners
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Crompton|
|Interviewed Guest||Alex Clark|
|Interviewed Guest||Robert Hanks|