Kiri, Golden Globes, Gail Honeyman, Contemporary portraiture
We review Channel 4 drama Kiri starring Sarah Lancashire and discuss the events of last night's Golden Globes.
Kiri, Channel 4's new drama series, is about the disappearance of a young girl, written by Jack Thorne. It stars Sarah Lancashire as the girl's social worker and Lucian Msamati as her grandfather. Dreda Say Mitchell reviews.
The winner of the Costa First Novel prize is Gail Honeyman for Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. It tells the story of a 29-year-old woman who lives alone, surviving, but not really living. Gail discusses how she was inspired to write the book after reading an article about loneliness.
The Golden Globe Awards last night were dominated by speeches about Hollywood's sexual abuse scandal. Anna Smith runs us through the events of the night and Best Actor winner Gary Oldman talks about finally being recognized by the Golden Globes after 30 years.
Why does the public appetite for portraiture and self-portraiture prevail in the age of the selfie? We discuss with Art Critic Jonathan Jones and Art Historian Frances Borzello, author of Seeing Ourselves: Women's Self Portraits.
Presenter: John Wilson
Producer: Hannah Robins.
KiriSarah Lancashire and Lucian Msamati in Kiri
Kiri is on Channel 4 from 10 Jan at 9 pm
Main image: Sarah Lancashire
Photo credit: Channel 4
Role Contributor Presenter John Wilson Interviewed Guest Dreda Say Mitchell Interviewed Guest Gail Honeyman Interviewed Guest Anna Smith Interviewed Guest Gary Oldman Interviewed Guest Jonathan Jones Interviewed Guest Frances Borzello Producer Hannah Robins