Arts magazine show. Andrew Graham-Dixon tells us what intrigues him about flamboyant Victorian architect and designer Augustus Pugin who celebrates his 200th anniversary this year.
Andrew Graham-Dixon tells us what intrigues him about flamboyant Victorian architect and designer Augustus Pugin who celebrates his 200th anniversary this year; Mark Kermode celebrates Spanish and Latin American cinema with his highlights from the Viva Festival in Manchester and Tim Samuels meets the men behind satirical news website -The Daily Mash. Also Philip Ridley talks about his latest play, Shivered; Sue Townsend on her new book -The Woman who Went to Bed for a Year; and a profile of Welsh artist Osi Rhys Osmond.
|Interviewed Guest||John Lanchester|
|Interviewed Guest||Philip Ridley|
|Interviewed Guest||John Adams|
|Interviewed Guest||Osi Rhys Osmond|
|Interviewed Guest||Neil Rafferty|
|Interviewed Guest||Sue Townsend|
|Series Editor||Janet Lee|
|Series Producer||Pauline Law|