Christina Hendricks; Sinead O'Connor; Spectra
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.
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.
|Interviewed Guest||Christina Hendricks|
|Interviewed Guest||Sinead O'Connor|
|Interviewed Guest||Ryoji Ikeda|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Morris|
|Interviewed Guest||Jenny Waldman|
|Interviewed Guest||William Feaver|