Dunkirk, Much Ado at London's Globe, Sarah Winman, Rose Finn-Kelcey at Modern Art Oxford, Against The Law
Christopher Nolan's film Dunkirk, Much Ado at London's Globe Theatre, Sarah Winman's novel Tin Man, Rose Finn-Kelcey at Modern Art Oxford, Against The Law on BBC TV.
Christopher Nolan's film Dunkirk dramatises the many acts of heroism and horror of the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of soldiers during World War 2 from French beaches. Many critics are talking about Oscars, will our reviewers agree?
The newest production of Much Ado About Nothing at London's Globe Theatre sets the story during the armed struggles of the Mexican Revolution.
Sarah Winman's novel Tin Man is a love story between two boys and a woman who changes their love and their lives; it's about relationships, loss and kindness
The first posthumous exhibition of the work of Rose Finn-Kelcey at Modern Art Oxford takes a selective look at the breadth of her work over several decades.
The BBC's LGBTQ season marking the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act, presents Against the Law starring Daniel Mays as Peter Wildeblood, one the defendants in the 1954 Montagu case.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Lisa Appignanesi, Paul Morley and Alex Clark. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Much Ado About Nothing
Life, Belief and Beyond is at Modern Art Oxford until 15 October.
Image:Rose Finn-Kelcey, The Restless Image: a discrepancy between the seen position and the felt position, 1975. Tate. Image courtesy the Estate of Rose Finn-Kelcey.
Against The Law
|Interviewed Guest||Lisa Appignanesi|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Morley|
|Interviewed Guest||Alex Clark|