Composer Alma Deutscher, Bake Off's return, Controversial statues, Last Days of June

Twelve year-old composer, pianist and violinist Alma Deutscher tells Kirsty Lang about her new piano concerto and her opera Cinderella, which was performed in Vienna to rave reviews.

Critics Stephen Armstrong and Lucy Mangan discuss the return of The Great British Bake off, now on Channel 4.

Games critic Jordan Erica Webber reviews Last Day of June, a new videogame in which players time travel to try and avoid the tragic death of the protagonist's wife.

Following on from the controversy surrounding the removal of Confederate statues in the US, what is the role of the artist in commemorating our past? Afua Hirsch and Griselda Pollack debate the ethics of celebrating historical figures in stone.

Presenter: Kirsty Lang
Producer: Timothy Prosser.

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Last Day of June

Last Day of June

Last Day of June is available for PS4 and PC from Thursday 31 August.
Image from Last Day of June.  Courtesy:  505 Games / Ovosonico


 

Alma Deutscher

Alma Deutscher
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Role Contributor
Interviewed GuestAlma Deutscher
Interviewed GuestStephen Armstrong
Interviewed GuestLucy Mangan
Interviewed GuestJordan Erica Webber
Interviewed GuestAfua Hirsch
Interviewed GuestGriselda Pollack
PresenterKirsty Lang
ProducerTimothy Prosser

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