Tina Turner, Let The Sunshine In, Aminatta Forna, Colourising historical photographs, The Woman In White
Let The Sunshine In, starring Juliette Binoche, The Tina Turner musical, Aminatta Forna's novel Happiness, colourising historical photographs and BBC TV's The Woman In White.
Let The Sunshine In, directed by Claire Denis is a French film starring Juliette Binoche as a divorced Parisienne dealing with love and looking for a relationship that will work for her
The latest West End jukebox musical Tina is about the tumultuous life of Tina Turner and her transformation from Anna Mae Bullock - born into rural poverty in the Southern USA - into half of Ike-and-Tina-Turner and a disastrous violent marriage into a world-conquering solo superstar
Aminatta Forna's new novel Happiness follows the story of two strangers who bump into each other on Waterloo Bridge in London and their intertwining narratives. An urban wildlife expert and a psychiatrist specialising in PTSD share a lot in common
Marina Amaral is a photograph colourisation expert and her work is much admired. She has colourised photographs of prisoners at Auschwitz and gained plaudits from the general public and survivors groups but does altering a historical document change our understanding of its meaning?
BBC TV's latest Sunday night series is an adaptation of Wilkie Collins' The Woman In White
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are David Olusoga, Shahidha Bari and Maev Kennedy. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Let The Sunshine In
Let The Sunshine In (Cert 15) is on limited release
Tina: The Musical
Tina runs at The Aldwych Theatre, taking bookings until February 2019
Image: Manuel Harlan
Happiness by Aminatta Forna is published by Bloomsbury
Image: Nina Subin
The Woman In White
The Woman In White is on BBC1 at 2100 on 22nd April
|Interviewed Guest||David Olusoga|
|Interviewed Guest||Shahidha Bari|
|Interviewed Guest||Maev Kennedy|