The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
Twelve World Premieres: Today the winning play of the 15th National Student Drama Festival is announced in Manchester from a short list of 13. Twelve are home-grown world premieres.
Review looks at the offerings from York, Keele, and New College (London), and talks to judges, authors, and participants.
Portrait of a Rebel: Ten years ago this week the French writer Albert Camus was killed in a car crash. Author of The Outsider, The Plague, The Rebel, and The Fall, he was one of Europe's most influential and individual artists who, as an atheist, struggled to uphold his faith in man's ability to work out his own salvation.
[Featuring] Romain Gary, Heinrich Boll, Alfred Knopf, Catherine Sellers
With Alan Dobie, Victor Henry