We use cookies to improve your experience of our website. Cookies perform functions like recognising you each time you visit and delivering advertising messages that are relevant to you. Read more here


Tomorrow 3:06pm - 4pm BBC World Service


Director Amma Asante talks about her latest film A United Kingdom and the challenges that women still face in the film industry. Opera singer Joyce DiDonato on performing for men in a maximum security prison in New York. Liberian writer Vamba Sherif discusses using letters to create authentic detail in his historical novel Land of My Fathers. And Aaron Eckhart talks starring alongside Tom Hanks in Sully and explains how a childhood travelling around the world formed him as an actor. Joining Nikki this week are LA based British film maker Ngozi Onwurah and award winning Nigerian novelist Chibundo Onuzo. (Photo: Amma Asante (c) Gareth Cattermole/Getty, Vamba Sherif (c) BBC, Joyce DiDonato (c) Ilya S. Savenok/Getty)


Have Your Say What did you think of this episode of The Arts Hour?

view all comments (0)