August 20th, 2015
Episode 980 of 1484 episodes
A new exhibition, Dismaland, by the street artist Banksy, opens in a disused lido in Weston-super-Mare. Andrea Rose, former director of visual arts at the British Arts Council, reviews. Director Andrew Haigh discusses his latest film 45 Years, which is about an elderly couple approaching their wedding anniversary and stars Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay. The human rights journalist and author Caroline Moorehead looks at the new TV drama Resistance based on the true story of teenagers at the heart of the French resistance movement during World War II. Stephen Smith, culture correspondent for BBC's Newsnight, discusses his new documentary in which he sets out to discover the real Andy Warhol in the hour-by-hour detail of his daily life. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Anna Bailey.
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