Five things to get or see this month

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Le Corbusier - War Photos - Cheltenham - Roll Deep - London Film Festival

Le Corbusier
Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool; Until 18 January

An exploration of the work of architect, designer, writer and artist Le Corbusier (pictured), the season contains exhibitions, talks, symposiums and debates about his legacy of urban planning and design.

Various venues, east London; Until 30 November

The largest photography festival in Britain, Photomonth features some 500 photographers. Exhibitions this year include This Is War! Robert Capa at Work, showing some of Capa's most famous images of the Spanish Civil War.

There will also be a retrospective of photojournalist Gerda Taro and On the Subject of War which presents four artistic responses to current events in Iraq and Afghanistan by Paul Chan, Omer Fast, Geert van Kesteren and An-My LĂȘ. Also featured are Angela Stapleford's photographs of east London's landscape of struggle.

Cheltenham Literature Festival
From 10 to 19 October

This year's festival features authors such as Tony Benn, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Michael Rosen and Robert Fisk as part of a programme of hundreds of literary discussions and debates.

Return of the Big Money Sound
Roll Deep
Out 6 October

London grime collective and Love Music Hate Racism supporters Roll Deep are back with another album.

London Film Festival
Various venues, London
From 15 to 30 October

An opportunity to see the latest in cinema from around the world. It will feature open air screenings in Trafalgar Square as well as debates with directors and writers.

You can also check out new films such as Steven Soderbergh's four and a half hour epic, Che, charting Che Guevara's campaign against imperialism in Cuba and Bolivia, and Steve McQueen's film Hunger, on Bobby Sands and the hunger strikers.