Monthly Archives: October 2014
For a glass-half-full perspective on manufacturing in Britain – that it may be a smaller part of our economy but it’s healthier and more productive than it has been for many decades – read my article on Interactive Investor or on Linked In.
Rona Munro’s superb trilogy of James plays at The Olivier – “could be the finest history plays ever penned” (Dominic Cavendish)
Hugely enjoyable Shakespeare in Love. We challenge anyone to say they didn’t enjoy themselves watching this.
Strictly Come Dancing hotting up with Sunetra Sarker (superb in Eps 4 and 6 of Puppy Love) still in the running.
Radio 5 Live: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04mbkd8 (list form 1.45.07)
BBC Breakfast: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-29801268
True West at The Tricycle.
Barbara Winton’s fascinating account of her father’s Kindertransport story at Henley Literary Festival.