Ben Folds on photography and song writing
American singer-songwriter and record producer Ben Folds talks about the parallels between photography and songwriting and how he applies his eye to photography in the same way as he applies his ear to music.
Available since: Tue 4 Dec 2012
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Turner Prize winner Elizabeth Price, Ben Folds, and the Charles Dickens museum reopens.
First broadcast: 04 Dec 2012
Pop, Rock, Classical, Composers
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