Our Man in Havana
The BBC's man in Havana, Will Grant, goes on the trail of Graham Greene's Our Man in Havana, his portrayal of pre-Revolutionary Cuba and the making of the film in Castro's Havana.
To complement BBC Radio 4's season of Graham Greene dramas, the BBC's man in Havana, Will Grant, follows in the footsteps of Graham Greene's novel and screenplay, Our Man in Havana. He explores Greene's portrayal of pre-Revolutionary Cuba and the making of the film in Havana, in the early months of Fidel Castro's new regime. He talks to Cuban author Leonardo Padura and film critic Carlos Galiano.
Readings by James Lailey and Sean Baker.
Produced by Emma Harding.
- Mon 22 Aug 2016 09:30