|01||A Risky Business||20010331|
Former director of the Royal National Theatre Richard Eyre, impressario Cameron Mackintosh and director of the West Yorkshire Playhouse Jude Kelly discuss the challenges facing large organisations in today's cultural climate.
|02||Another Part Of The Forest||20010407|
Giles Havergal, Tamara Malcolm and Terry Hands - who run theatres of different sizes in Glasgow, Chipping Norton and Mold - discuss their artistic policies and achievements and talk about where their theatres get their funding from.
|03||A Stream Of Words||20010414|
Dominic Dromgoole talks about the conclusions he came to in his book `The Full Room', in which he wrote about more than 100 living British playwrights.
And Mark Ravenhill and David Hare talk about their approaches to playwrighting.
|04||Looking For Meaning||20010428|
Actor Juliet Stevenson and directors Deborah Warner and Simon McBurney reflect on their approaches to their work and on what makes a good actor or director.
|05||Spaces And Voices||20010505|
Featuring a look at how the spaces in which drama is performed condition both style and the use of the human voice. Historian Iain Mackintosh analyses changing ideas about theatre design. Writer and director John Barton discusses contemporary attitudes to speaking. And Denis Quilley talks about acting in styles ranging from classic texts to musicals.