Red, On Chesil Beach, A Very English Scandal, The Aviator, Teeth at The Wellcome
Red, with Alfred Molina as Rothko; Ian McEwan's On Chesil Beach, with Saoirse Ronan; A Very English Scandal; The Aviator by Eugene Vodolazkin; and Teeth at The Wellcome.
Alfred Molina plays artist Mark Rothko in Red at London's Wyndham's Theatre
Ian McEwan has adapted his own novel On Chesil Beach for the big screen, starring Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle as newlyweds whose wedding night nuptials are complicated by memories and misunderstandings
The story of the scandal of 1970s Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe and his apparent homosexual affair with male model Norman Scott is now a TV series starring Hugh Grant. A Very English Scandal is written by Russell T Davis and directed by Stephen Frears.
The Aviator by Russian author Eugene Vodolazkin has been translated into 14 languages and won a slew of literary prizes; how old is the central character? does his extraordinary memory have something to do with cryogenic suspension?
There's a new exhibition at The Welcome Collection in London looking at all things dental- will it set our reviewers' teeth on edge or make them smile?
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Blake Morrison, Elizabeth Day and Charlotte Mullins. The producer is Oliver Jones.
On Chesil Beach
A Very English Scandal
|Interviewed Guest||Blake Morrison|
|Interviewed Guest||Elizabeth Day|
|Interviewed Guest||Charlotte Mullins|