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In tonight's Front Row, Christina Hendricks talks about working with Philip Seymour Hoffman on one of his last roles, in the film God's Pocket - and Sinead O'Connor discusses her latest album, her dramatic new image, and whether she still likes Nothing Compares 2 U.

Also in the programme: the artist behind spectra - the giant light-beam which appeared at dusk in London yesterday - and art critic William Feaver chooses paintings which evoke summer.

Presenter: Kirsty Lang
Producer: Rebecca Nicholson.

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30 minutes

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Tue 5 Aug 2014 19:15

Christina Hendricks

Christina Hendricks
Christina Hendricks talks about working with Philip Seymour Hoffman on one of his last roles, in the film God's Pocket.

Sinead O'Connor

Sinead O'Connor
Sinead O'Connor discusses her latest album, her dramatic new image, and whether she still likes Nothing Compares 2 U.

spectra

spectra
The artist behind spectra - the giant light-beam which appeared at dusk in London yesterday.

Summer Art

Art critic William Feaver chooses paintings which evoke summer.

Williams Feaver's choices

Breughel Corn Harvest' c1565 (in the Met) 

Constable 'Watermeadows at Salisbury' 1820 (in the V&A)

William Gillies 'In Ardnamurchan' 1936.


Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterKirsty Lang
Interviewed GuestChristina Hendricks
Interviewed GuestSinead O'Connor
Interviewed GuestRyoji Ikeda
Interviewed GuestMichael Morris
Interviewed GuestJenny Waldman
Interviewed GuestWilliam Feaver
ProducerRebecca Nicholson

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