Will Gompertz is joined by comedians Paul Sinha, Sindhu Vee and Athena Kugblenu to discuss all things arty including: what is the greatest British song of all time, are there any bargains at Russell Crowe’s divorce auction, and which works of art need to go on tour. Plus this week’s Sacred Cows are Fawlty Towers, The Spice Girls and Damien Hirst.
Will Gompertz is joined by singer/songwriter Frank Turner, comedian Jess Fostekew and Ed Vaizey MP to discuss this week’s Arts news, including what should go on the Fourth Plinth, would you buy a fake and what’s the problem with performing in Switzerland?
Plus will The Palace of Westminster, The Films of Woody Allen or Imagine by John Lennon head to the cultural slaughterhouse?
Will Gompertz is joined by comedians Darren Harriott and Ed Night plus journalist Keiren Yates to discuss everything ‘arty’ from the news.
This week, would you go to an art exhibition naked? Is it time to get rid of James Bond? Plus, are Quentin Tarantino and Jonny Depp both over rated?
Will Gompertz is joined by comedians James Acaster and Athena Kugblenu, plus writer Alan Connor to take a look at the latest arts news. This week: how can we make Awards ceremonies exciting? Will anyone miss the print version of the NME? What will an Obamas TV show look like? And are Julius Caesar and Seinfeld both over rated?
Will Gompertz is joined by playwright Yasmeen Khan, comedian Tamar Broadbent and writer Jon Harvey to take a sideways looks at the week in art. Including The Brits, and Black Panther. Plus some more Arty ’Sacred Cows’ are nominated but will Tracey Emin’s ‘My Bed’ be sent to the cultural slaughterhouse?
Will Gompertz, the BBC’s Arts Editor, is joined by comedians Paul Sinha and Jen Brister, plus writer Alan Connor to take a sideways look at this weeks Arts News. Up for discussion this week - The Obama portraits, why can’t we escape the music of our youth, what happened when Warhol met Trump and is the City of Florence actually a bit rubbish?
Will Gompertz is joined by comedians Jess Fostekew and Ed Night, plus writer Jon Harvey to discuss The Oscars nomination photo, Owl sculptures in Bath and Justin Timberlake’s new album. Plus we slaughter some more ’Sacred Cows’ from the Art World- including ’The Book or Mormon’, ‘ET’ and George Orwell’s ‘ Books v Cigarettes’.
Will Gompertz, the BBC’s Arts Editor, is joined by comedian Cariad Lloyd, Journalist Keiran Yates and Writer Alan Connor to discuss all things ‘arty’ in the news. This week which piece of Art would our guests send to President Trump, What does the artist Banksy actually look like, plus which ’Sacred Cows’ from the Art world should be slaughtered - this week’s candidates are The Bayeaux Tapestry, the Laughing Cavalier and An Inspector Calls.