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Christine,The Nix, Estorick Collection, Death Takes a Holiday, Zelda Fitzgerald
Rebecca Hall in Christine, Nathan Hill's The Nix and Zelda Fitzgerald on Amazon.
Rebecca Hall in Christine, Nathan Hill's The Nix, the re-opening of The Estorick Collection, Death Takes a Holiday at The Charing Cross Theatre and Zelda Fitzgerald on Amazon.
The Estorick Collection in London has reopened after a refit with an exhibition 'War In The Sunshine: The British in Italy 1917-1918'; paintings and photographs from that conflict
The Nix is the first novel by Nathan Hill, about a son trying to understand his counter-culture mother who has gained notoriety after attacking a right wing politician
Rebecca Hall was tipped for an Oscar for playing Christine Chubbuck, a TV newsreader who committed suicide live on air in 1974. Will our reviewers feel Rebecca Hall was cheated out of a nomination
The musical Death takes a Holiday opens at London's Charing Cross Theatre. Created by a multi-TONY Award winning team, will London theatre-goers take it to their hearts?
Amazon TV's new series 'Z: The Beginning of Everything', stars Christina Ricci as Zelda Fitzgerald, American socialite, novelist and wife of F Scott Fitzgerald who was troubled with psychiatric problems
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Catherine O'Flynn, Sarah Moss and Robert Hanks. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Fanny and Alexander, The Nile Hilton Incident, Toby Litt, Minimalism, Cross Dressing
Fanny and Alexander, The Nile Hilton Incident, Toby Litt, minimalisma and cross dressing.
A look at Fanny and Alexander at the Old Vic, Swedish-Egyptian film The Nile Hilton Incident, Toby Litt's Notes For a Young Gentleman and a cross dressing exhibition.
Fanny and Alexander opens at London's Old Vic Theatre. Adapted from Ingmar Bergman's award-winning 1982 film, how well does such a sumptuous film transfer to the stage?
Also coming from Sweden is our film this week (well, to be more accurate, it's a Swedish/German/Egyptian co-production). The Nile Hilton Incident tells the true story of an Egyptian policeman investigating the death of a nightclub singer in Cairo, as The Arab Spring is beginning. But the justice system seems intent on stymieing his work.
Toby Litt's latest novel is Notes For a Young Gentleman. It's told in the form of advice left behind by a WW2 soldier after a mission that went wrong.
In Tones Drones and Arpeggios; The Magic of Minimalism on BBC4, Charles Hazlewood interviews La Monte Young and Terry Riley about the movement which stripped music back to its sonic essentials and power
The latest exhibition at London's Photgraphers' Gallery is 'Under Cover, a Secret History of Cross Dressers' Made up of a collection of amateur 'found photographs' from Europe and the US dating from 1880 onwards, it explores the many manifestations of gender non-conformity and cross-dressing.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Rosie Boycott, Linda Grant and Robert Hanks. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Ghost In The Shell, Don Juan in Soho, Les Murray, Comics at Kelvingrove Museum, Harlots on ITV
Ghost In The Shell, Don Juan in Soho, Les Murray, comics at Kelvingrove Museum, Harlots.
Scarlett Johansson's manga-based film Ghost In The Shell, David Tennant plays Don Juan in Soho, Les Murray's latest poetry collection, comics at Kelvingrove Museum, Harlots on ITV.
Scarlett Johansson plays Major in the manga-based action film Ghost In The Shell.
David Tennant leads the cast of Don Juan in Soho. Patrick Marber's play, based on Moliere's original - which debuted a decade ago - reaches London's West End for the first time
Australian poet Les Murray's latest collection On Bunyah cogitates on the rural spot in New South Wales where his ancestors settled and lived - Wild Horses Creek, known to the aboriginal Australians as Bunyah
The Art of Comics, a new exhibition in Glasgow, looks at the work of comicbook artist Frank Quitely, "from Krypton to Kelvingrove.. from Gotham to Glasgow".
Harlots is a TV series starting on ITV Encore - is it too good to be hidden away on a niche channel?
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Miranda Carter, Jim White and Robert hanks. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Tom Stoppard, Inherent Vice, Adam Curtis, Joyce Carol Oates, Christian Marclay
Tom Stoppard, Inherent Vice, Adam Curtis, Joyce Carol Oates and Christian Marclay.
Tom Stoppard's play The Hard Problem, Inherent Vice, Adam Curtis's documentary Bitter Lake, Joyce Carol Oates's novel Sacrifice and Christian Marclay at White Cube.
Tom Stoppard's play The Hard Problem is his first new work for the National Theatre in 13 years; is it worth the wait?
Paul Thomas Anderson has adapted a Thomas Pynchon novel Inherent Vice - the first time a cinema director has wrestled this famously difficult author onto the screen. How well does it work?
Documentary maker Adam Curtis's Bitter Lake attempts to explain the complicated political situation in Afghanistan. It's only available on iPlayer; might this be a new way for the BBC to 'broadcast' material? If so, what might the consequences be?
Joyce Carol Oates has published more than 40 novels in her five decade long career. Her latest 'Sacrifice' is based around a notorious alleged rape case in the US
Christian Marclay's exhibition at White Cube in Bermondsey includes a post-pub-crawl soundscape and paintings of sound effects - turning representations of audio experiences into fine art
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Rowan Pelling, Julia Peyton Jones and Robert Hanks. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Heart of a Dog, Don DeLillo, Blue/Orange, Going Forward, Seeing Round Corners
Heart of a Dog, Don DeLillo, Blue/Orange, Going Forward, Seeing Round Corners in Margate.
Laurie Anderson film Heart of a Dog, Don DeLillo's novel Zero K, Blue/Orange revival at Young Vic, Jo Brand in Going Forward, Seeing Round Corners at Turner Contemporary Margate.
Laurie Anderson's film Heart of a Dog explores death and longing through the story of her terrier
Don DeLillo's novel new Zero K explores death and longing and cryogenic suspension
The revival at London's Young Vic of Joe Penhall's 2000 play Blue/Orange manages to deal in a darkly comic way with paranoid schizophrenia.
Jo Brand returns to TV as Kim Wilde - a community nurse coping with financial cuts and family crises in Going Forward. It's dark but is it comic?
Seeing Round Corners is a new exhibition at Turner Contemporary in Margate which celebrates the centrality of the circle in art.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Sarah Crompton, Alex Clark and Robert Hanks. The producer is Oliver Jones.
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