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"The first thing I do in my studio is to turn on Radio 4 ..."
From creating an atmosphere to direct inspiration, artists explain how radio plays an important part in their working lives.

Picture Competition - see the winning entries
Picture Competition
We had hundreds of entries to our Picture Competition.
The best will be exhibited at the Bankside Gallery in London.
See a large selection of entries in the Competition Galleries.

The Bankside Gallery in London hosted an exhibition called The Artist and Radio 4 from 3 to 27 November 2005.
The Artists - Gallery OneThe Artists - Gallery TwoThe Artists - Gallery Three
See images of the exhibiting artists at work and read about their relationship with radio via our Artist Galleries
Hear Norman Ackroyd, Raymond Briggs, Kaffe Fassett, Zandra Rhodes and others explaining what radio means to them - broadcast on Radio 4 from 11 to 14 November 2005.

Katie Clemson sketches live on-air
The Material World
Katie Clemson joined Quentin Cooper and his other guests to discuss the nature of creativity on The Material World
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ListenThe Winners
Some of the submissions:
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The Picture Competition
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Artists exhibited at Bankside
ListenGallery 1
ListenGallery 2
ListenGallery 3
Quotes, biographies & audio
Norman Ackroyd
Raymond Briggs
Katie Clemson
Kaffe Fassett
Joyce Gunn-Cairns
Ben Johnson
Anita Klein
Zandra Rhodes
The Artist and Radio 4:
Bankside Gallery
3-27 November 2005
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