Rojo, Hansard, James Meek, Rothschilds at Waddesdon Manor, Defending the Guilty
Argentinian film Rojo, Hansard at London's National Theatre, James Meek - To Calais in Ordinary Time, Rothschilds at Waddesdon Manor, Defending the Guilty on BBC2.
Argentinian film Rojo is set just before the 1975 military coup, looking at the simmering tensions and the complicity that made it happen and the way so many people turned a blind eye
Hansard at London's National Theatre is a debut play. A junior Tory minister under Margaret Thatcher comes into deeply personal conflict with his politically-opposed wife over Clause 28
James Meek's novel 'To Calais In Ordinary Time' tells a story about 14th century Europe, written in a distinctive argot scattered with arcane language, following the lives of several characters dealing with - among other things - the approaching Black Death.
A new display of items owned by The Rothschilds has opened at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire. Items of immense value from ruby and emerald jewellery to Roman glassware and amber caskets, many of these items haven't been on public display before
Defending The Guilty is a comedy series on BBC2 exploring the world of barristers
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Mark Billingham, Barb Jungr and Julia Raeside.
The producer is Oliver Jones
Podcast Extra recommendations
Julia: The Dublin Murders by Sarah Phelps + The Portland Brothers + Box Of Delights podcast
Barb: Edna O'Brien -The Little Red Chairs + Jazzmeia Horn + Bob, Brel and Me
Mark: Peaky Blinders + Nick Lowe
Tom: Robert Harris - The Second Sleep + Mortimer and Whitehouse go Fishing
A Rothschild Treasury
Image: Waddesdon Image Library/Mike Fear
Image: Marzena Pogorsaly
Image: Catherine Ashmore