Anne-Marie Duff, Under Milk Wood, The Affair, Fading light
As well as starring in the film Suffragette and the TV drama series From Darkness, Anne-Marie Duff is currently on stage at the National Theatre in Husbands & Sons, a combination of three plays DH Lawrence wrote about the Nottinghamshire mining community he grew up in, directed by Marianne Elliott. Samira meets Anne-Marie and Marianne in the theatre to discuss the challenge of staging them as a single play.
Kevin Allen's new film Under Milk Wood features Mrs Ogmore Prichard as a dominatrix and has Mr Pugh tearing the heart from his wife as they dance the Tango. Professor John Goodby asks if it's a good idea to update Dylan Thomas for a modern audience.
Dominic West and Ruth Wilson star in The Affair which examines the emotional and psychological aftermath of infidelity. Dreda Say Mitchell reviews the new series.
As the nights draw in and British Summer Time comes to an end - Front Row considers how filmmakers, writers, and composers have responded to the fading light of winter. With David Sexton, Literary Critic for the Evening Standard - Briony Hanson, Director of Film at the British Council - and Jeremy Summerly, Conductor and Director of Music at St Peter's College, Oxford.…read more