August 12th, 2015
Episode 973 of 1485 episodes
Cara Delevingne stars in Paper Towns, the latest adaptation of a John Green Young Adult novel. Rhianna Dhillon delivers her verdict on the film. Former music writer Nick Coleman discusses his new novel Pillow Man, which begins in the bed linen section of a London department store. Composer, conductor and orchestrator Jules Buckley and grime artist Wretch 32 reveal their plans for the first Radio 1Xtra Prom. Olive Edis was Britain's first female war photographer. As the Cromer Museum in Norfolk - which holds the largest collection of her photos - receives funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to create the first online archive of her work, curator Alistair Murphy explains what made her such a pioneering figure. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Ellie Bury.
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