Rhianna Dhillon reviews the psychological thriller Midsommar , new BBC wildlife show Serengeti and the return of Stranger Things on Netflix.
Gruff Rhys joins us to talk about his brand new album Pang!, and David Nicholls drops by to talk about his new coming-of-age tale Sweet Sorrow
Plus it’s the return of Dr Hannah Fry in The Maths of Life, who gets into the maths of tennis and sisters and there’s more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.
Live from Glastonbury special
Last weekend we were live from Worthy Farm, and went on a big walk across the site, picking up some friends along the way. We were joined by Slowthai, Kate Tempest, Johnny Marr and Sharon Van Etten.
Brittany Howard and Fatboy Slim
On the podcast, Brittany Howard chats about her new single, 'History Repeats' and forthcoming album, 'Jamie'. Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim drops by to talk about his new project, 'Ibiza: The Silent Movie'.
Elsewhere, Professor Sophie Scott brings you The Maths of Life, Rhianna Dhillion has This Week's Watchlist and there’s more House Music – everyday objects playing pop hits.
Karen O and Michael Kiwanuka
On the podcast, Richard Curtis and Himesh Patel talk about their new film Yesterday, which is set in a world where the Beatles next existed. Karen O drops by to chat about her latest collaboration with Dangermouse, and Michael Kiwanuka chats about his new single, Money.
Elsewhere, Professor Sophie Scott brings you The Maths of Life and there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.
On the podcast this week, Matt Berry joins to talk about his new Victorian police comedy, Year of the Rabbit.
In This Week’s Watchlist, Rhianna Dhillon chats about the hotly anticipated return of Killing Eve, plus the talk show comedy, Late Night at the cinema and the return of Black Mirror.
In The Maths of Life, it’s an intuition special with Professor Sophie Scott delving deep into our gut instincts and body language.
And we bring you more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.