The Nest is the new Sunday night drama on BBC1 that raises questions around the ethics of surrogacy as a wealthy couple invite a young woman whose past is not known to them into their lives.

The Truth is a French/Japanese production directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda who won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 2018 for his film Shoplifters. It stars Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche in the story of an ageing actress who publishes her memoirs and is confronted by her daughter.

Evie Wyld was named as one of Granta's Best of Young British Novelists in 2013. Her new novel, The Bass Rock, tells the story of three generations of women whose fates are linked.

Two exhibitions at Compton Verney that have sadly had to close because of coronavirus are kept alive by our critics: Cranach: Artist and Innovator and Fabric: Touch and Identity.

And we suggest some culture that might already be on your shelves or on a screen near you to enjoy if you're stuck indoors.

Tom Sutcliffe's guests this week are Charlotte Mullins, Bob and Roberta Smith and Laurence Scott.

Podcast Extra recommendations

Bob: Paul Klee, On Modern Art

Certain Blacks, album by The Art Ensemble of Chicago

The Letters of Van Gogh

Charlotte: The Gallery of Lost Art - as she explains, what's left of it can be found at and via Tate website

The West Wing

Laurence: Star Trek: the Next Generation, all 7 seasons

Tom: Contagion and, as always, Call My Agent

Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe

Producer: Sarah Johnson

Image: Emily (SOPHIE RUNDLE) in The Nest

Credit: Mark Mainz / Studio Lambert / BBC

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