Rosie welcomes Paul Burston to the studio to discuss his new psychological thriller The Black Path and the winner of the Polari First Book Prize, who was announced at London’s Southbank on 7 October.
She also interviews film director Ingrid Jungermann about her feature debut Women Who Kill. This sharp dissection of Brooklyn’s lesbian scene follows her web series The Slope, co-created with Appropriate Behaviour’s Desiree Akhavan, and screens at London Film Festival from 14-16 October.
Clayton Littlewood talks to Jack Silver who directs Confessional, Tennessee Williams’ first play with an openly gay character. The show is on at Southwark Playhouse until 29 October. (An extended version of the interview can be found below.)
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but here’s what we played on the live show:
1) Amanda Rheaume: Mind Over Matter from the album Holding Patterns
2) CREEP: You (feat Nina Sky)
3) Courtney Barnett: Lance Jr from the album Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit