Actor James Nesbitt chats about his life, career and role in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the first instalment in Peter Jackson's latest trilogy. The origins of pantomime are investigated and there is a feature on the work of sculptor Deborah Brown. Music is provided by Derry singer-songwriter Soak.
The Arts Show.
Story by Sheena McGinley | 17:13 | Thursday 13th December 2012 | TV Highlights
The Late Late Show
We all recovered from last week's Late Late? Between that awkward Ryan O'Neal interview and Russell Crowe telling the...RTE One |
The second series of this BBC drama comes to an end tonight and sees the Musketeers risking everything to prove Rocheforts...BBC One |
Alan Carr: Chatty Man
Channel 4: 10.00pm
No Graham Norton again this week, but you can rest assured that Alan Carr has you sorted (along with a decent enough...
As period dramas go, Atonement has to be nigh on the best, most certainly in recent years, and it features stomper...FilmFour |
Mr and Mrs Smith
The movie that brought Brangelina together, although they did meet while Pitt was still with Jennifer Aniston but they SWEAR...TV3 |