Munch at British Museum, Neil Jordan - Greta, Legacy of Game Of Thrones, What makes a great ending to a TV series?
The Norwegian artist Edvard Munch is best known for The Scream, and a rare lithograph of the picture is at the heart of a major new exhibition of Munch’s work which opens at the British Museum this week. Critic Jacky Klein gives her response to Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, which focuses on the artist’s experimental prints, almost 50 of which are on loan from Norway’s Munch Museum.
There's just one week to go until the final season of Game of Thrones. It is the most expensive and most pirated TV series of all time, but what will its legacy be; artistically for long-form TV and economically for Northern Ireland where much of it was filmed? Critic Boyd Hilton and presenter Marie-Louise Muir discuss.
Director Neil Jordan on his new film, Greta – a horror thriller starring Isabelle Huppert and Chloe Grace Moretz. It begins as a friendship between an older and a younger woman and then gets darker - turning to stalking, horror, and suspense, and exploring ideas of modern urban loneliness
What makes a great ending to a TV series? Some are appointment TV - the final episode of Friends, Cheers, Seinfeld. Some just peter out - Lost, Desperate Housewives. And some have an annoying cliffhanger.
Presenter: Kirsty Lang
Producer: Oliver Jones…read more