Carleen Anderson, Elif Shafak, the commuter in film
Carleen Anderson discusses her album and stage show Cage Street Memorial, Turkish writer Elif Shafak on her controversial novel The Bastard of Istanbul and the commuter on film.
Carleen Anderson, former singer with Young Disciples and the Brand New Heavies, discusses her album and 'tribal opera' Cage Street Memorial, and performs a song from it in the studio.
Turkish writer Elif Shafak discusses her bestselling novel The Bastard of Istanbul about a family of women, for which she was accused of 'insulting Turkishness' in 2006 and put on trial. The novel has been made into a two-part drama as part of Radio 4's Reading Europe season. Kirsty will be exploring the state of Turkish literature in a special Istanbul edition of Front Row next Friday, 26 January.
In the week that Liam Neeson's new film The Commuter opens in cinemas, film critic Mark Eccleston considers the portrayal of commuting on film, from Brief Encounter to The Girl on the Train.
Presenter Kirsty Lang
Producer Jerome Weatherald.
The commuter in films
Jenny Joseph tribute
The commuter in film
Role Contributor Presenter Kirsty Lang Interviewed Guest Carleen Anderson Interviewed Guest Elif Shafak Interviewed Guest Mark Eccleston Performer Carleen Anderson Producer Jerome Weatherald