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.
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.