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Saturday Review

Highlights of 2016

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Highlights of 2016, according to our panel and listeners, with a few surprises!

A look at the highlights of 2016 according to our panel and listeners. Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Kerry Shale, Sarah Crompton, Sarfraz Manzoor and listeners from around the UK.

A look at the highlights of 2016 according to our panel and our listeners. And there are some delightful surprises.

Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Kerry Shale, Sarah Crompton, Sarfraz Mansoor and listeners from around the UK with their suggestions.

Saturday Review's Picks of The Year

Films

The Revenant Alejandro Inarritu

Spotlight Tom McCarthy

I Daniel Blake Ken Loach

Queen of Katwe Mira Nair

Nocturnal Animals Tom Ford

Deadpool starring Ryan Reynolds

Snowden starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Sausage Party

Hell or High Water David Mackenzie

Arrival Denis Villeneuve

Fire At Sea Gianfranco Rosi

A United Kingdom Amma Asante

Anomalisa Charlie Kaufman

Julieta Pedro Almodovar

Finding Dory

A Bigger Splash Luca Guadagnino

Theatre

A Streetcar Named Desire Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

King Lear Talawa co-production Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

King Lear starring Glenda Jackson at Old Vic, London

Harriet Martineau Dreams of Dancing Live Theatre Newcastle

This Restless House Glasgow Citizens Theatre

Any Means Necessary Nottingham Playhouse

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour National Theatre, London

Midsummer's Night Dream The Globe Theatre, London

Imogen The Globe Theatre, London

Shakespeare Trilogy, Donmar Warehouse, London

No Man's Land, National Theatre, London (NT live performance)

Backstage in Biscuit Land, Soho Theatre, London

Groundhog Day (musical) Old Vic, London

Flowers for Mrs Harris, Sheffield Crucible

Richard III, Almeida Theatre, London

Faith Healer, Donmar Warehouse, London

Travesties, Menier Chocolate Factory, London

Television

Stranger Things - Netflix

Westworld - HBO

The Young Pope - Sky

The Crown - Netflix

War and Peace - BBC

The Night Of - HBO

Black Mirror - Netflix

Planet Earth II - BBC

Happy Valley - BBC

Transparent - Amazon

Fleabag - BBC

The Missing - BBC

Flowers - Channel 4

National Treasure - Channel 4

Angie Tribeca - E4

Motherland - BBC

Exhibitions

Georgia O'Keeffe, Tate Modern, London

Picasso Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, London

Abstract Expressionism, Royal Academy, London

Hieronymus Bosch, Het Noordbrabants Museum, Holland

Towards Night, The Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

In Reading Prison, Artangle

Winifred Knights, Dulwich Picture Gallery

Inside: Artist and Writers in Reading Prison - Artangel

The Infinite Mix, The Store in the Strand, London

Stan Douglas, The Secret Agent, Victoria Miro Gallery, London

Victor Pasmore, Towards A New Reality, Nottingham Lakeside Gallery

Russia and The Arts, National Portrait Gallery, London

The Shchukin Collection, Icons of Modern Art, Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris

Books

Mothering Sunday by Graham Swift

Golden Hill by Francis Spufford

Swing Time by Zadie Smith

Hotels of North America by Rick Moody

The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry

The Sellout by Paul Beatty

The Glorious Heresies by Lisa McInerney

Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen

The Good Immigrant ed. Nikesh Shukla

1971 - Never a Dull Moment: Rock's Golden Year by David Hepworth

Missing Presumed by Susie Steiner

Days Without End by Sebastian Barry

Also mentioned:

Lemonade (album/film) Beyonce

We're Here Because We're Here Jeremy Deller

Bob Dylan, winner of Nobel Prize for Literature

Horace and Pete Louis C.K

David Bowie's Art Collection

Blackstar David Bowie

You Want It Darker Leonard Cohen

The producer is Hilary Dunn.

Credits

Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Producer
Hilary Dunn
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Interviewed Guest
Sarah Crompton
Interviewed Guest
Sarfraz Manzoor

Saturday Review

Girl From the North Country, The Big Sick, Stamped From the Beginning, Walker Gallery Liverpool, Top of the Lake

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Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Sarah Churchwell, Kerry Shale and Briony Hanson.

Girl From the North Country; the songs of Bob Dylan, romcom The Big Sick, the history of racist ideas in America, Coming Out at Walker Gallery Liverpool, Top of the Lake returns.

Girl From The North Country; Conor McPherson and the songs of Bob Dylan at London's Old Vic - inspired pairing or an unholy marriage?

Could The Big Sick - a film about a woman in a coma produced by Judd Apatow - revive the sorry state of romcom movies?

Stamped From The Beginning by Dr Ibram X Kendy is the definitive history of racist ideas in America and winner of the National Book Award in the US

The latest exhibition at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery, Coming Out, brings together a diverse range of artists who have used their work to explore sexuality and gender identity since 1967.

Top Of The Lake returns to BBC TV with Elizabeth Moss and Jane Campion back on board. Can it be as gripping as the first season?

Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Sarah Churchwell, Kerry Shale and Briony Hanson. The producer is Oliver Jones.

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Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest
Sarah Churchwell
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Interviewed Guest
Briony Hanson
Producer
Oliver Jones

Saturday Review

Listeners and reviewers choose the best of the arts from 2017 from across the genres

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It's the best of the arts of 2017, chosen by listeners and reviewers.

Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Kerry Shale, Tiffany Jenkins and Shahidha Bari as well as listeners around the country who choose the best of the arts from 2017 from across the genres.

Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Kerry Shale, Tiffany Jenkins and Shahidha Bari as well as listeners around the country who choose the best of the arts from 2017 from across the genres.

FILM

Dunkirk

Bladerunner 2049

78/52

Manchester by the Sea

La-La Land

Get Out

Elle

Frantz

Land of Mine

Wonder Woman

Atomic Blonde

THEATRE

Boudica at the Globe

Barbershop Chronicles

Follies at the National Theatre

Hamlet at the Pinter Theatre

The Best Thing

Finding Joy

Gloria at Hampstead Theatre

Network at the National Theatre

Flight Pattern at the Royal Opera House

The Ferryman at Royal Court

The End of Hope at Orange Tree Theatre

Consent at the National Theatre

Girl From The North Country at the Old Vic

Angels in America at the National Theatre

The Last Testament of Lillian Bilocca at Hull Truck

BOOK

The Book of Dust by Philip Pullman

4321 by Paul Auster

Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders

To Kill the President by Sam Bourne

Stranger in Their Own Land by Arlie Hochschild

Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

Homegoing Yaa Gyasi

Reservoir 13 by Jon McGregor

ART

Blade Nayan Kulkarni

Jasper Johns at the Royal Academy of Arts

Howard Hodgkin: Paintng India at the Hepworth Gallery

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power at Tate Modern

JW Anderson: Disobedient Bodies at the Hepworth Gallery

Revolutionary Russia at the Royal Academy

Kathe Kollwitz at Icon Gallery

Frank Quitely at Kelvingrove Museum Glasgow

Michelangelo and Sebastiano at the National Gallery

Hokusai at the Victoria and Albert Museum

TELEVISION

The Handmaid's Tale

Schitt's Creek

GLOW

Detectorists

The Leftovers

Mindhunter

Ken Burn's The Vietnam War

Wormwood

The Good Fight

Alias Grace

Back

The producer is Hilary Dunn.

Credits

Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Interviewed Guest
Tiffany Jenkins
Interviewed Guest
Shahidha Bari
Producer
Hilary Dunn

A Good Read

Antonia Quirke & Kerry Shale

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Antonia Quirke and Kerry Shale talk to Harriett Gilbert about their favourite books.

Film critic Antonia Quirke and actor Kerry Shale talk to Harriett Gilbert about their favourite books, which include a graphic novel, a travel book and a collection of short poems.

Film critic Antonia Quirke and actor Kerry Shale talk to Harriett Gilbert about their favourite books, which are wildly varied: a graphic novel, a travel book and a collection of short poems.

Kerry Shale talks about Blankets, a poignant memoir drawn and written by Craig Thompson.

Antonia's choice is a less well-known book by the author of Ring of Bright Water. It's A Reed Shaken by the Wind: Travels among the Marsh Arabs of Iraq by Gavin Maxwell.

Harriett Gilbert's recommendation is Short and Sweet: 101 Very Short Poems, edited by Simon Armitage.

Producer Beth O'Dea.

Credits

Presenter
Harriett Gilbert
Interviewed Guest
Antonia Quirke
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Producer
Beth O'Dea

Brand

A Good Read

Saturday Review

Dheepan, X at the Royal Court, All That Man Is, Shakespeare at Compton Verney, The Five

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Dheepan, X at the Royal Court, All That Man Is, Shakespeare at Compton Verney, The Five.

A review of the week's cultural highlights. Palme d'Or winner Dheepan, X at the Royal Court, David Szalay's All That Man Is, Shakespeare In Art at Compton Verney, The Five on Sky.

French film Dheepan won the 2015 Palme d'Or, with a tale of Tamil refugees fleeing Sri Lanka and arriving in France, finding a whole new set of opportunities and problems

Alistair McDowall's newest play X is set on a space station on Pluto. It opens at London's Royal Court Theatre; will our reviewers think it's out of this world?

David Szalay's was named as one of Granta's Best Young British Novelists in 2013. His new novel All That Man Is looks at 9 young men in modern Europe

Shakespeare In Art is an exhibition at Compton Verney looking at the many ways that artists in different disciplines have depicted the work of The Bard.

The Five is a new thriller TV series where a group of friends is reunited when one of them is implicated in a murder.

Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Malorie Blackman, Kerry Shale and Alice Jones. The producer is Oliver Jones.

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Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest
Malorie Blackman
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Interviewed Guest
Alice Jones
Producer
Oliver Jones

Saturday Review

Brooklyn, Bob Dylan bootlegs, Mr Foote's Other Leg, Jonathan Coe, Blood at the Jewish Museum

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A look at Saoirse Ronan in Brooklyn and Bob Dylan Bootlegs Vol 12.

The week's cultural highlights, including Saoirse Ronan in Brooklyn, Bob Dylan Bootlegs Vol 12, Simon Russell Beale in Mr Foote's Other Leg and Jonathan Coe's new novel Number 11.

Saoirse Ronan in the film adaptation of Colm Toibin's novel Brooklyn has been touted by some critics as Oscar material; do our reviewers agree?

Bob Dylan Bootlegs Vol 12 date from his most fecund period 1965-66. How much light does a collection of outakes and alternative versions throw upon his creative processes?

Simon Russell Beale plays an 18th century cross-dressing satirist, impressionist and comedian in Mr Foote's Other Leg. It's now transferred to the West End

Jonathan Coe's new novel Number 11 is his 11th book, published on 11th November.

A new exhibition at London's Jewish Museum looks at the significance of blood in religion through manuscripts, prints, Jewish ritual and ceremonial objects, art, film, literature and cultural ephemera.

Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Kit Davis, Tom Holland and Kerry Shale. The producer is Oliver Jones.

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Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest
Kit Davis
Interviewed Guest
Tom Holland
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Producer
Oliver Jones

Saturday Review

Blue Jasmine, Serpentine Sackler Gallery

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Cate Blanchett in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, and Zaha Hadid's Serpentine Sackler Galler.

A review of the week's cultural highlights. Cate Blanchett stars in Woody Allen's San Francisco-set Blue Jasmine, and Zaha Hadid designs the new Serpentine Sackler Gallery.

Cate Blanchett stars in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine - new territory for him as much of it's set in San Francisco. He's rumoured to be back on form: will the West Coast and a plot that owes a debt to A Streetcar Named Desire inspire a great film?

Back in New York, Thomas Pynchon, author of V, Gravity's Rainbow and Mason and Dixon, has always divided readers between those who are geekily entranced by his vision and wordplay and those who just can't work out what's going on. Bleeding Edge is thought to be one of his most readable novels yet, set between the burst of the dotcom bubble and 9/11.

The acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid's Serpentine Sackler Gallery has just opened in Kensington Gardens, London. It adds what one critic has already described as a Mr Whippy extension to an old gunpowder store: does it add up to a successful gallery space? There's a visit to the opening exhibition, Adrian Villar Rojas' Today We Reboot The Planet.

A play that first ran off-, then on-Broadway, The Lyons, is a darkly comic view of a dying man and his family - does the telling of home truths make for good drama? Opening at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London, it stars Isla Blair and Tom Ellis.

And James Spader stars in The Blacklist, a new US drama about to begin here on Sky Living. It has elements of Silence of the Lambs, Homeland and 24 - can it carve out its own distinct place?

Ekow Eshun, Susannah Clapp and Kerry Shale join Tom Sutcliffe.

Producer: Sarah Johnson.

Credits

Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest
Susannah Clapp
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Producer
Sarah Johnson

Saturday Review

The Breadwinner, Brighton Festival, Sister Corita Kent, Susannah Walker, King Lear

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The Breadwinner, Brighton Festival, Sister Corita Kent, Susannah Walker, King Lear.

Angelina Jolie's The Breadwinner, Brighton Festival, Sister Corita Kent in Ditchling, Susannah Walker's The Life of Stuff and Anthony Hopkins in BBC TV's King Lear.

Animated film The Breadwinner (co=produced by Angelina Jolie) is the story of a young Afghani girl in Kabul who has to disguise her gender in order to be able to support her family

David Shrigley was the curator for this year's Brighton Festival. We went to see Problem in Brighton; described as "an alt-rock/pop pantomime... requiring ear plugs and an open mind". what on earth is one of those?!

Sister Corita Kent was an artist, a famously charismatic educator and a Roman Catholic nun based in LA during the 60s. Her vibrant screen-printed banners drew on pop art influences and confronted poverty, racism and war in spite of disapproval from her archdiocese who said her work was blasphemous and communist. An exhibition of her work has just opened in Ditchling in Sussex.

Susannah Walker's The Life of Stuff is a memoir of the mess we leave behind. When she has to clear her mother's house, she is confronted by the random collections of a hoarder and reflects on what causes it and what it all means.

Anthony Hopkins plays King Lear in modern dress in BBC TV's latest Shakespeare adaptation, directed by Richard Eyre

Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Katie Puckrik, Kerry Shale and Susan Jeffreys. The producer is Oliver Jones.

Credits

Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest
Katie Puckrik
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Interviewed Guest
Susan Jeffreys
Producer
Oliver Jones

Not Going Out

Series 2 Episode 5: Art

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Lee shows off his 'knowledge' of the art world in an effort to appear intellectual.

In an effort to appear as intellectual as Lucy's friends, Lee shows off his 'knowledge' of the art world, holding forth on the subject of an unknown artist.

In an effort to appear as intellectual as Lucy's friends, Lee shows off his 'knowledge' of the art world, holding forth on the subject of an unknown artist who his cleaner Barbara has told him is the next big thing. When Lucy takes his advice and invests a fortune in the artist's work, Lee is left trying to prevent her from finding out the artist is actually a nobody.

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Not Going Out

Series 2 Episode 6: Dating

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Lee starts to ponder his lack of a girlfriend and tries speed dating.

Sitcom. As Lucy and Guy's relationship intensifies, Lee starts to ponder his lack of a girlfriend and tries speed dating. Tim is forced to go on a date with Barbara.

Sitcom. As Lucy and Guy's relationship intensifies, Lee starts to ponder his lack of a girlfriend and, encouraged by Barbara, tries speed dating. Tim is forced to go on a disastrous date with Barbara in order to prove that he sees her as more than 'the help'.

Genre

Saturday Review

London Road, Louis de Bernieres, The Tribe, The Red Lion Carsten Holler

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Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Abigail Morris, Emma Jane Unsworth and Kerry Shale.

Tom Sutcliffe and guests review film London Road, Louis de Bernieres's latest novel, Channel 4's The Tribe, Patrick Marber's The Red Lion and Carsten Holler at the Hayward Gallery.

London Road is a film of the groundbreaking musical play. Directed by Rufus Norris, it tells the story of a community in Ipswich recovering from a series of gruesome murders.

Louis de Bernieres' latest novel The Dust That Falls From Clouds looks at the lives of those 'left behind' by the First World War

Channel 4's The Tribe is applying the techniques usually used in programmes such as 24 Hours in A+E to a tribe in rural Ethiopia - lots of cameras, lots of microphones and unique access to a largely hitherto unknown community.

Patrick Marber's play The Red Lion deals with non-league football, corruption and compromised integrity.

A retrospective exhibition of the work of Belgian artist Carsten Holler has opened at The Hayward Gallery in London. His work is characterised by playful interactivity - will it impress or delight our reviewers?

Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Abigail Morris, Emma Jane Unsworth and Kerry Shale. The producer is Oliver Jones.

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Presenter
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest
Abigail Morris
Interviewed Guest
Emma Jane Unsworth
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Producer
Oliver Jones

Doctor Who

Series 6 Episode 2: Day of the Moon

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The Doctor fights an alien invasion dating back to the beginnings of human civilisation.

In 1960s America, the Doctor fights an alien force dating back to the beginnings of human civilisation: the Silence!

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The Doctor
Matt Smith
Amy Pond
Karen Gillan
Rory
Arthur Darvill
River Song
Alex Kingston
Canton Delaware
Mark Sheppard
President Richard Nixon
Stuart Milligan
Doctor Renfrew
Kerry Shale
Little Girl
Sydney Wade
Gardner
Glenn Wrage
Doctor Shepherd
Peter Banks
Carl
Chukwudi Iwuji
Phil
Mark Griffin
Tramp
Ricky Fearon
Eye Patch Lady
Frances Barber
The Silent
Marnix Van Den Broeke
Writer
Steven Moffat
Producer
Marcus Wilson
Director
Toby Haynes
Grant
Jeff Mash
Sergeant
Tommy Campbell

Death and Taxis

The Andy Warhol Diaries, Part One.

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Andy Warhol's acclaimed diaries brought to life in four short dramas by Sean Grundy.

Dramatised by Sean Grundy, Warhol captures New York high society from 1976 to 1987. Based on The Andy Warhol Diaries, edited by Pat Hackett.

Adapted by Sean Grundy and starring Scott Capurro as Andy Warhol. Also starring Ronni Ancona, Jon Culshaw and Kerry Shale.

Everyone who is anyone in New York from 1976 to 1987 is in Warhol's diary - from Mick Jagger to Donald Trump.

"Friday, August 30, 1978: The doorbell rang and it was Liza. She said, 'give me every drug you've got.' I gave them some coke, Valium and four Quaaludes. A little figure in a white hat came up, and it was Marty Scorsese, hiding around the corner. He and Liza went off to have their affair on all the drugs. (Valium $1)"

Beginning in the fall of 1976, America’s most famous artist Andy Warhol talked to his secretary by phone at 9:00 AM, every Monday to Friday morning, for ten years. He would talk about the events of the previous day, and his office would transcribe his monologues into diary pages.

The diary began as a careful recording of his use of money, from phone calls to nickels for bag-ladies to cab rides (lots of cab rides), but quickly evolved into Warhol’s personal observations. It was posthumously published in 1989 - a condensed version of Andy’s more-than-20,000 page, phoned-in audit/diary.

The core themes to the dramas are Warhol’s loves (art, men, fame, money, mainly money) and his fears (failure, embarrassment, death, mainly death).

The episodes follow four key themes, using four people in Andy’s life from 76-87 - homeless Crazy Matty, Warhol’s boyfriend Jon Gould, writer Truman Capote and artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. Woven into this world are buddies Mick and Bianca Jagger, Jerry Hall, Liza Minnelli and Donald Trump.

Nobody escapes his sharp tongue.

Cast:

BIANCA JAGGER/ JERRY HALL/ JADE JAGGER.................RONNI ANCONA

ANDY WARHOL.............................................................SCOTT CAPURRO

MICK JAGGER / JOHN LENNON/ MUHAMMED ALI............JON CULSHAW

FRED HUGHES..............................................................KERRY SHALE

RONNIE CUTRONE........................................................MARTIN T SHERMAN

Based on The Andy Warhol Diaries, edited by Pat Hackett

Writer: Sean Grundy

Producer: David Morley

Director: Dirk Maggs

A Perfectly Normal production for BBC Radio 4

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Bianca Jagger
Ronni Ancona
Jerry Hall
Ronni Ancona
Jade Jagger
Ronni Ancona
Andy Warhol
Scott Capurro
Mick Jagger
Jon Culshaw
John Lennon
Jon Culshaw
Muhammed Ali
Jon Culshaw
Fred Hughes
Kerry Shale
Ronnie Cutrone
Martin Sherman
Writer
Sean Grundy
Producer
David Morley
Director
Dirk Maggs

Genre

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Samira Ahmed explores the enduring appeal of designers Charles and Ray Eames.

Arts news with Samira Ahmed, including the Charles and Ray Eames exhibition, a Marlon Brando documentary based on his tapes and Janet Suzman's debut as an opera director.

The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames are widely regarded as America's most important designers, perhaps best remembered for their mid-century plywood and fiberglass furniture. Critic Corinne Julius joins Samira at a new exhibition at the Barbican in London where they explore their enduring appeal.

From A Streetcar named Desire and The Godfather, to Last Tango in Paris and Apocalypse Now, Marlon Brando is hailed by many as one of the great actors. Now 300 hours of audio tapes have revealed the painful childhood and dysfunctional adulthood that he drew on for his art. Listen to Me Marlon sets out to document his life and work in his own words. Producer John Battsek describes the process and the actor Kerry Shale offers his reaction.

Darryl Collis from See Saw Media explains how film studios are using fees from product placement to beef up their budgets.

Conductor Jane Glover discusses her new production of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro featuring students from The Royal Academy of Music, alongside stage actor and director Dame Janet Suzman who is turning her hand to directing opera for the first time.

Presenter : Samira Ahmed

Producer : Dymphna Flynn.

Credits

Presenter
Samira Ahmed
Interviewed Guest
Corinne Julius
Interviewed Guest
John Battsek
Interviewed Guest
Kerry Shale
Interviewed Guest
Darryl Collis
Interviewed Guest
Jane Glover
Interviewed Guest
Janet Suzman
Producer
Dymphna Flynn
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