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20160320

20160320

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories in music, film, fashion, and books, and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160320

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories in music, film, fashion, and books, and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160327

20160327

This week Will is joined by theatre critic Mark Shenton who writes for The Stage and the artist Bob and Roberta Smith. They'll be discussing the biggest culture stories including the late Johan Cruyff who turned football into an art form and the rise in censorship of the arts worldwide. We'll be asking what's the point of awards ceremonies and marking the launch of the government's Culture White Paper which pledges to put arts "at the heart of everyday life" by drawing up our very own White Paper.

20160403

20160403

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories in music, film, fashion, and books, and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

This week: Multi-award winning music producer and songwriter Naughty Boy talks about Keith Richard's comments this week, in which the Rolling Stone had a pop at the likes of Rhianna and Adele for not writing all their own stuff.

We hear from auction house Christie's about the latest craze among wealthy art collectors - they're after space oddities.

Ben Watt - once one half of Everything But the Girl - plays live in the studio.

And the art director behind the BBC's smash TV show The Night Manager talks about the visual precision of his sets.

20160403

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories in music, film, fashion, and books, and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

This week: Multi-award winning music producer and songwriter Naughty Boy talks about Keith Richard's comments this week, in which the Rolling Stone had a pop at the likes of Rhianna and Adele for not writing all their own stuff.

We hear from auction house Christie's about the latest craze among wealthy art collectors - they're after space oddities.

Ben Watt - once one half of Everything But the Girl - plays live in the studio.

And the art director behind the BBC's smash TV show The Night Manager talks about the visual precision of his sets.

20160529

20160529

This week Will is joined by theatre critic Mark Shenton who writes for The Stage and the artist Bob and Roberta Smith. They'll be discussing the biggest culture stories including the late Johan Cruyff who turned football into an art form and the rise in censorship of the arts worldwide. We'll be asking what's the point of awards ceremonies and marking the launch of the government's Culture White Paper which pledges to put arts "at the heart of everyday life" by drawing up our very own White Paper.

20160529

This week Will is joined by theatre critic Mark Shenton who writes for The Stage and the artist Bob and Roberta Smith. They'll be discussing the biggest culture stories including the late Johan Cruyff who turned football into an art form and the rise in censorship of the arts worldwide. We'll be asking what's the point of awards ceremonies and marking the launch of the government's Culture White Paper which pledges to put arts "at the heart of everyday life" by drawing up our very own White Paper.

20160605
20160605

20160605

This week Will is joined by theatre critic Mark Shenton who writes for The Stage and the artist Bob and Roberta Smith. They'll be discussing the biggest culture stories including the late Johan Cruyff who turned football into an art form and the rise in censorship of the arts worldwide. We'll be asking what's the point of awards ceremonies and marking the launch of the government's Culture White Paper which pledges to put arts "at the heart of everyday life" by drawing up our very own White Paper.

20160807

20160807

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160807

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20160807

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160814
20160814

20160814

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160821

20160821

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160821

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160828

20160828

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20160828

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories and a look at how culture connects with our everyday lives.

20170507

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170514

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170514

Will Gompertz with guest Alan Bennett and live music from jazz singer Lucy Dixon.

20170521
20170521

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170528

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170611

"Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz is in Hull to gauge the arts and entertainment temperature in this year's UK City of Culture. What is it about and what will its legacy be? League of Gentleman and Inside No.9 star Reece Shearsmith explains how growing up in Hull influenced his humour. Plus live music from local band The Fronteers and today's big question, would you get your kit off for art?

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20170611

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170611

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz is in Hull to gauge the arts and entertainment temperature in this year's UK City of Culture. What is it about and what will its legacy be? League of Gentleman and Inside No.9 star Reece Shearsmith explains how growing up in Hull influenced his humour. Plus live music from local band The Fronteers and today's big question, would you get your kit off for art?

20170611

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz is in Hull to gauge the arts and entertainment temperature in this year's UK City of Culture. What is it about and what will its legacy be? League of Gentleman and Inside No.9 star Reece Shearsmith explains how growing up in Hull influenced his humour. Plus live music from local band The Fronteers and today's big question, would you get your kit off for art?

20170618
20170618

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170625
20170625

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170702
20170702

"Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at the week in the arts with a special programme live at the Manchester International Festival. Today he sits down with What If Women Ruled the World theatre director, Vicky Featherstone and playwright, Simon Stephens who will discuss his new play, Fatherland. Plus a look into making music from the sounds of Manchester's industrial past with musician, Matthew Herbert.

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20170702

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170702

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at the week in the arts with a special programme live at the Manchester International Festival. Today he sits down with What If Women Ruled the World theatre director, Vicky Featherstone and playwright, Simon Stephens who will discuss his new play, Fatherland. Plus a look into making music from the sounds of Manchester's industrial past with musician, Matthew Herbert.

20170702

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at the week in the arts with a special programme live at the Manchester International Festival. Today he sits down with What If Women Ruled the World theatre director, Vicky Featherstone and playwright, Simon Stephens who will discuss his new play, Fatherland. Plus a look into making music from the sounds of Manchester's industrial past with musician, Matthew Herbert.

20170709
20170709

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170709

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz interviews Andrew Lloyd Webber and meets classical double bassist, Chi-chi Nwanoku whose Chineke Foundation supports young classical musicians from ethnic minority backgrounds. Plus live music from singer-songwriter, Lucy Rose and in today's big question Will asks, does the fashion industry need a makeover?

20170709

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz interviews Andrew Lloyd Webber and meets classical double bassist, Chi-chi Nwanoku whose Chineke Foundation supports young classical musicians from ethnic minority backgrounds. Plus live music from singer-songwriter, Lucy Rose and in today's big question Will asks, does the fashion industry need a makeover?

20170723
20170723

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170723

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz asks how can small music venues be saved? And 200 years since her death, what is Jane Austen's legacy?

In the run up to the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, Will explores half a century of gay culture.

Plus live music from Norwegian singer, songwriter and record producer Susanne Sundfor.

20170723

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz asks how can small music venues be saved? And 200 years since her death, what is Jane Austen's legacy?

In the run up to the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, Will explores half a century of gay culture.

Plus live music from Norwegian singer, songwriter and record producer Susanne Sundfor.

20170730
20170730

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

20170730

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz and guests take a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories in music, film, fashion, theatre, comedy and literature.

This week - how do you recover stolen or looted artwork? Will talks to one of the best art detectives in the business. Ahead of the start of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, is it still the place to discover new talent? Will is also joined by award winning choreographer Trajal Harrell, the man trying to shake up the world of dance and live music comes from Grammy award winning bluesman Fantastic Negrito.

20170730

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

Will Gompertz and guests take a fresh look at this week in the arts, with conversation on the big stories in music, film, fashion, theatre, comedy and literature.

This week - how do you recover stolen or looted artwork? Will talks to one of the best art detectives in the business. Ahead of the start of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, is it still the place to discover new talent? Will is also joined by award winning choreographer Trajal Harrell, the man trying to shake up the world of dance and live music comes from Grammy award winning bluesman Fantastic Negrito.

20170806

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts live in Edinburgh.

07/05/201720170507
07/05/201720170507

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

14/05/201720170514

Will Gompertz with guest Alan Bennett and live music from jazz singer Lucy Dixon.

21/05/201720170521

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.

28/05/201720170528

Will Gompertz takes a fresh look at this week in the arts.