Germaine Greer , Richard Adams , Frederick Forsyth and Jilly Cooper recall prominent popular literature of the 1970s, a decade that produced The Day of the Jackal, The Female Eunuch, The Joy of Sex and Watership Down.
With George Alagiah.
Kate Mosse hosts the first of three special literary discussion programmes coming from the Hay Festival in Powys, with guest authors Linda Grant and Stephen L Carter.
The autocracy of Romanian president Nicolae Ceausescu permeated the country so strongly that newspapers had to mention his name 40 times on every page.
Director Ben Lewis's film captures the bizarreness of life in Romania during the dictator's 22-year regime, and examines his post-Communist legacy.
Director Conor McPherson's feature debut is this comedy drama about a cafe owner whose eldest son stages a robbery in the hope of paying off his father's debts. Starring Peter McDonald and Brian Cox.
Conor McPherson's play, filmed at London's New Ambassadors Theatre, explores how three generations of Dubliners face up to the responsibilities of love. With Jim Norton, Eanna MacLiam and Stephen Brennan.