Latest update: 10/10/2011
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A novel 'dictated by daemons'
Meet the author who says his work is dictated to him by daemons. Madison Smartt Bell is in the studio to tell us why the damaged narrator of his latest novel "The Color of Night" revels in violence. But first, we try to unpick the web of intrigue surrounding a new London play supposedly written by the great Victorian wit, Oscar Wilde.
Finally, Galliano without its eponymous designer gets a lukewarm reception on the catwalks, while Jean-Paul Gaultier takes inspiration from tattoos.