British film Daphne, The National Theatre's touring production of Jane Eyre, Ken Burns's Vietnam on BBC4, Nicola Lagioia's novel Ferocity, and Jasper Johns at The Royal Academy.
British film Daphne portrays the hectic life of a young woman in an overwhelming, contemporary London
The National Theatre's touring production of Jane Eyre started in London, has been around the country and it's back in the capital.
Multi award-winning American documentary maker Ken Burns has a new series. It's about the Vietnam war and has just begun on BBC4
Italian author Nicola Lagioia's novel Ferocity won that country's highest literary award, how well does it work in translation?
An exhibition of the work of Jasper Johns has just opened at London's Royal Academy
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Sebastian Faulks, Meg Rosoff and Tiffany Murray. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Daphne is in cinemas now, certificate 15
‘Something Resembling Truth’ is at the Royal Academy of Arts in London until 10 December.
Photo: Jasper Johns, Flag, 1958. Encaustic on canvas. 105.1 x 154.9 cm. Private collection © Jasper Johns / VAGA, New York / DACS, London 2017. Photo: Jamie Stukenberg © The Wildenstein Plattner Institute, 2017
The Vietnam War
|Interviewed Guest||Sebastian Faulks|
|Interviewed Guest||Meg Rosoff|
|Interviewed Guest||Tiffany Murray|