Copenhagen, The Children Act, All Among The Barley, Extraordinary Rituals, Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage
Michael Frayn's play Copenhagen, the film of Ian McEwan's The Children Act, Melissa Harrison's All Among The Barley, and on TV: Extraordinary Rituals, Rites of Passage.
A revival of Michael Frayn's multi award-winning 1998 play Copenhagen at The Chichester Minerva Theatre. 20 years on from the original production how does it stand up and what does it say to the new audiences?
Ian McEwan's novel The Children Act has been adapted for the big screen by Richard Eyre, starring Emma Thompson, Fion Whitehead and Stanley Tucci
All Among The Barley is Melissa Harrison's new novel. The Costa and Bailey's nominee explores the rhythms of rural life between The Wars and how it affects the locals in a village in Suffolk
Two new series are starting on TV exploring similar territory: Extraordinary Rituals on the BBC and Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage on Channel 4.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Shahidha Bari, Kate Maltby and Rajan Datar. The producer is Oliver Jones.
The Children Act
The Children Act (Cert 12A) is on screens around the country
All Among The Barley
All Among The Barley by Melissa Harrison is published by Bloomsbury
Image:Rebecca Morris Knight
Image: Conrad Blakemore
Extraordinary Rituals is on BBC Two
Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage
Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage is on Channel 4
Image: Richard Ansett
|Interviewed Guest||Shahidha Bari|
|Interviewed Guest||Kate Maltby|
|Interviewed Guest||Rajan Datar|