In Pictures: Turner Prize interviews

8 November 2013 Last updated at 15:51

School Reporters David and Eoghan from St Columb's College interview key people.
Director of Tate Britain Penelope Curtis being interviewed by David and Eoghan from St Columb's College.
The Turner Prize is being presented in Northern Ireland this year for the first time in its history with the exhibition taking place in Londonderry, the 2013 UK City of Culture. Tate Britain Director Penelope Curtis has been telling School Report about the move.
David (left) and Eoghan from St Columb's College getting the thoughts of their teacher Brendan O'Donnell (hidden) on an exhibit.
School Reporters David (left) and Eoghan from St Columb's College attended the exhibition, which has never before left England, together with their teacher Brendan O'Donnell (hidden).
Former Turner prize nominee and former St Columb's College pupil Willie Doherty speaks to Eoghan (middle) and David.
Willie Doherty (left) was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2003. He is also a former pupil of St Columb's College so was the ideal person to be interviewed by the School Report team at the exhibition.
David (left) and Eoghan from St Columb's College being interviewed by BBC Radio Ulster's Mark Patterson.
BBC Radio Ulster's Mark Patterson caught up with David (left) and Eoghan.
David (second left) and Eoghan from St Columb's College being interviewed by BBC Radio Ulster's Mark Patterson
Mark turned the microphone on the students to find out what they thought of the exhibition and who they had interviewed themselves during the day.
Shona MacCarthy, the chief executive of Culture Company, being interviewed by Eoghan (left) and David.
Back at the helm, Eoghan (left) and David spoke to Shona MacCarthy, the chief executive of Culture Company, who are an independent company formed to manage and deliver the City of Culture programme.
Eoghan (left) and David preparing for interviews.
Eoghan (left) and David had time for a quick breather before moving on to their next interview.
Chris McCann of the Culture Company answers questions from David (right) and Eoghan
They spoke to the Culture Company's press officer Chris McCann about his work during the year.
(left to right) Tate Britain Director, Penelope Curtis, School Reporters Eoghan and David, Mark Lawson of BBC Radio Four's Front Row
Their work is done - but there was still time for Eoghan and David to pose for a photo with Penelope Curtis and Mark Lawson from BBC Radio Four's Front Row.