I’m on BBC World Service’s “The Arts Hour” again, Saturday, September 7th

They like me — they really like me! — at “The Arts Hour” on the BBC World Service radio experience. I am back for this weekend’s newest episode.

Also in the studio with me and host Nikki Bedi is supercool and amazing writer Chibundu Onzu, whose autobiographical show 1991 is on at Southbank Centre as part of the festival Africa Utopia.

We’ll be talking about The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood’s about-to-be-published sequel The Testaments, and series star Ann Dowd; Cara Delevigne and her new Amazon Prime show Carnival Row (which I’m in the middle of bingeing — I love it — and hope to write about soon); Timothy Spall and his performance in Mrs Lowry & Son; and more.

Get all the info you need about how to listen to “The Arts Hour” — either on actual over-the-airwaves radio or online — here. Unlike BBC TV programs, the World Service stuff is — naturally — available globally, so you don’t need to be in the UK to tune in or listen on your own time.

“The Arts Hour” is recorded in advance — we did this yesterday — so I already know how much informative and entertaining culture chat you are in for. Hope you enjoy listening as much as I did making it.

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