Brian May's 3D photos of Queen, Unseen poems by Sylvia Plath, 40 years of Star Wars
Brian May shows us 3D photos he took touring with Queen; lost Sylvia Plath poems; Kick-Ass creator Mark Miller on 40 years since the first Star Wars; Cannes Film Festival.
Queen guitarist Brian May explains how his childhood fascination with stereoscopic imagery led to his documenting the band over the years from an insider's point of view with a collection of unique 3-D photographs.
Academic Gail Crowther tells us how she and colleague Peter K Steinberg used picture-editing software and social media to decipher previously unseen Sylvia Plath poems, found on a scrap of carbon paper.
Exactly 40 years to the day after the first Star Wars film was released in US cinemas, we explore its impact on popular culture with Mark Miller, creator of Kick-Ass and creative consultant on the X-Men and Fantastic Four movies, and film critic Mark Eccleston.
Jason Solomons reports from the Cannes Film Festival, and rates the contenders for the big prizes being awarded this weekend.
Presenter Samira Ahmed
Producer Marilyn Rust.
Cannes Film Festival
Brian May's 3D Photos of Queen
40 years of Star WarsStormtroopers
Photo credit: Disney
Sylvia Plath poemsThese Ghostly Archives by Gail Crowther and Peter K Steinberg is available now
Role Contributor Interviewed Guest Brian May Interviewed Guest Gail Crowther Interviewed Guest Mark Miller Interviewed Guest Mark Eccleston Interviewed Guest Jason Solomons Presenter Samira Ahmed Producer Marilyn Rust
- Thu 25 May 2017 19:15