Coming from the Brighton Festival, artistic director Brian Eno talks about his line-up, and Miranda Sawyer drops in at rehearsals of Simon Stephens's new play Marine Parade.
Coming from the Brighton Festival, artistic director Brian Eno talks about his line-up, Miranda Sawyer drops in at rehearsals of Simon Stephens's new play Marine Parade, and we hear from Seun Kuti, youngest son of Fela and successor of the Afrobeat crown.
Sue Perkins visits the Scottish highlands to hear an unusual performance of Benjamin Britten's opera Noye's Fludde, while Mark Kermode reports from the 63rd Cannes Film Festival. Andrew Graham-Dixon meets prize winning author David Mitchell and explores the new Mystery Portraits exhibition at Montacute House. Plus Alastair Sooke talks to artist Alex Katz about his show at the National Portrait Gallery and portrait of Anna Wintour, editor of US Vogue.
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|Interviewed Guest||Brian Eno|
|Interviewed Guest||Thomas Heatherwick|
|Interviewed Guest||David Mitchell|
|Interviewed Guest||Simon Stephens|
|Interviewed Guest||Alex Katz|
|Executive Producer||Janet Lee|
|Production Manager||Emma Fowler|