Friday 13 October 2017
Matthew Sweet presents a special edition of ‘Free Thinking’ – BBC Radio 3’s arts and ideas programme – on the Winston Graham novel and Alfred Hitchcock film ‘Marnie’, exploring how both storytellers were inspired by Freudian ideas about memory and the development of psychotherapy. Matthew will be joined by screenwriter Gwyneth Hughes, whose film ‘The Girl’ examined Hitchcock’s abusive relationship with Tippi Hedren (who played the title role in ‘Marnie’), and by Andrew Graham, the son of Winston Graham.
Speakers and performers
- Matthew Sweet, writer and broadcaster
- Gwyneth Hughes, writer
- Andrew Graham, political economist and writer
This event is FREE. Tickets will become available below from 11:00 on Friday 29 September.