The new film Brothers of the Head tells the story of conjoined twins who become rock stars in mid-1970’s England. The faux-documentary project is the work of Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, the two directors who made Lost in La Mancha, the acclaimed documentary about Terry Gilliam’s failed attempt to film, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
A recent Yog Radio show has an exclusive interview with SFWA Grandmaster Brian Aldiss. Also on the roster is Hammer Horror film director John Hough.
The launch of The Original Frankenstein, a Bodleian Library publication, took place in the Divinity School on 7 October 2008. Brian Aldiss, the well-known author of science-fiction, was the guest of honour.
Mark Lawson reviews Kim Cattrall in Sweet Bird of Youth by Tennessee Williams and talks to artist Cornelia Parker, novelist Brian Aldiss & for Cultural Exchange, poet Gwyneth Lewis.