Louis Theroux, National Poetry Day, Merch yr Eog
Louis Theroux on Scientology, Savile, and silences; PJ Harvey, Daljit Nagra and Holly McNish read new poems; and Merch yr Eog, a play performed in Welsh, Breton, French and Creole.
Documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux discusses his new film My Scientology Movie, Jimmy Savile, and his particular documentary-making style.
To celebrate National Poetry Day, PJ Harvey, Daljit Nagra and Holly McNish will each be introducing and reading a new poem each for Front Row.
Sara Lloyd from the Welsh-language National Theatre Wales, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, and Thomas Cloarec from Breton company Teatr Piba discuss their collaboration on a new play. Merch yr Eog (The Salmon's Daughter) is performed in Welsh, Breton, French and Creole and translated for the audience through a smartphone app.
Presenter Samira Ahmed
Producer Marilyn Rust.
Merch yr Eog
National Poetry Day
Merch Yr Eog
Merch Yr Eog tours Wales and SW England until 29 October 2016, then tours Brittany from 3 - 24 November 2016.
UK tour details:
Aberystwyth Arts Centre: 07 October
Pontio, Bangor: 11 - 12 October
Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwllheli: 14 October
Galeri, Caernarfon: 17 October
Lyric, Carmarthen: 20 - 21 October
Weston Studio, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff: 25 - 26 October
The House, Plymouth: 29 October
Image: Lleuwen Steffan as Mair in Merch Yr Eog
Image credit: Kirsten McTernan
Role Contributor Presenter Samira Ahmed Interviewed Guest Louis Theroux Interviewed Guest PJ Harvey Interviewed Guest Daljit Nagra Interviewed Guest Hollie McNish Interviewed Guest Sara Lloyd Interviewed Guest Thomas Cloarec Producer Marilyn Rust
- Thu 6 Oct 2016 19:15