After visiting a supposedly haunted forest, a teen girl comes to believe that a violent poltergeist has followed her home and is stalking her and so with her brother and friends
A struggling agent for child actors and former child star himself, Howard Holloway spends years losing his most talented clients to his slick, arch-nemesis Aldo Shocklee.
Mice on Stilts, a New Zealand-based band, consist of eight members. They are Sam Hennessy (viola), Aaron Longville (sax and trumpet), Tim Burrows (bass), Brendan Zwaan (piano), Rob Sanders (drums), Ben Morley (guitar and vocalist), Joseph Jujnovich (vocal effects) and Calvin Davidson (synth and sax). The band calls their music “doom-folk,” which describes it best, because their sound is a hybrid of different genres working within its own realm of beats and tones.
The name of 17th-century violin maker Antonio Stradivari - or Stradivarius as he is usually known - is one that sends shivers down the spine of music lovers the world over. During his lifetime Stradivari made over 1,000 instruments, about 650 of which still survive. Their sound is legendary and for any violinist the opportunity to play one is a great privilege. Clemency Burton-Hill indulges in her lifelong passion for the instrument as she explores the mysterious life and lasting influence of Stradivari - through four special violins on display at this summer's Stradivarius exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. She is joined by 2002 Young Musician of the Year winner Jennifer Pike to put some of the violins in the exhibition through their paces.
Joaquim Pinto, who has been living with HIV for more than two decades, looks back at his life in cinema, at his friendships and loves, at the mysteries of art and nature - while undergoing an experimental drug treatment.