Anon, Life and Fate, Patrick Melrose, Jesmyn Ward: Sing Unburied Sing, Asterix at London's Jewish Museum
British dystopian thriller Anon, Lev Dodin's production of Life and Fate, David Nicholl's Patrick Melrose, Jesmyn Ward: Sing Unburied Sing, and Asterix at London's Jewish Museum.
Is a world without crime a utopia or a dystopia if the price is total constant surveillance by the state? British thriller Anon is set in a world where wanting to be anonymous makes you the subject of society's suspicions. It stars Clive Owen as a detective investigating gruesome murders.
Russian theatre director Lev Dodin's production of Vasily Grossman's novel Life and Fate comes to the UK for a very limited run
Benedict Cumberbatch stars in David Nicholl's adaptation of the Patrick Melrose stories for Sky Atlantic.
Jesmyn Ward's novel Sing Unburied Sing was one of Barack Obama's best books of 2017 and has also won America's National Book Award. It examines the ugly truths at the heart of the American story and the power - and limitations - of family bonds.
A new exhibition looking at the life of the co-creator of the indomitable Gaul Asterix is opening at at London's Jewish Museum
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Sathnam Sanghera, Lisa Appignanesi and Kit Davis. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Life and Fate
Sing Unburied Sing
Image: Beowulf Sheehan
|Interviewed Guest||Sathnam Sanghera|
|Interviewed Guest||Lisa Appignanesi|
|Interviewed Guest||Kit Davis|