Tony Grisoni, Richard Rogers, Imperial War Museum
With John Wilson.
Tony Grisoni, writer of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and the Red Riding TV series, discusses his latest project: Southcliffe is a new four-part drama for Channel 4, about a random killer on the loose in a small English rural town.
Architect Richard Rogers nominates a favourite public space for Cultural Exchange, in which leading creative minds share a cultural passion.
As the Imperial War Museum London partially re-opens its doors during its major redevelopment, John takes a look at the two new art exhibitions on display. Architecture of War examines the impact of conflict on the landscape and environment, and 5000 Feet is the Best - Omer Fast's multi-layered film about drone warfare - launches IWM Contemporary.
Artist and illustrator Ralph Steadman discusses his contribution to a festival about Surrealist artist Marcel Duchamp in Herne Bay, inspired by a trip Duchamp took to the Kentish coast in 1913. He wrote a postcard back to Paris declaring "I am not dead... I am in Herne Bay", and on his return started working on his famous ready-mades, fuelled by his experiences of the English seaside. Steadman reveals why he's donating his own urinal, which started life in the gentlemen's convenience of the Hackney Empire.
Producer Jerome Weatherald.
Imperial War Museum London
“I am not dead… I am in Herne Bay”
Ralph Steadman discusses his contribution to a festival about Surrealist artist Marcel Duchamp in Herne Bay, Duchamp in Herne Bay 1913-2013. Image: DADADUCHAMP by Ralph Steadman. Copyright Ralph Steadman.
Cultural Exchange: Richard Rogers
Architect Richard Rogers chooses the Piazza del Campo, a medieval square in Siena.
|Interviewed Guest||Tony Grisoni|
|Interviewed Guest||Richard Rogers|
|Interviewed Guest||Ralph Steadman|