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Round-up of five short works by artists broadcast throughout the week at on BBC Radio 4. Front Row's John Wilson hears their works and meets the artists.

Five artists re-imagine how broadcast space might be used. Front Row's John Wilson hears their works and meets the artists: Christian Marclay, Ruth Ewan, Peter Strickland, Susan Hiller and Mark Wallinger.

Radio 4's focus on arts continues with a series of five playful and surprising audio interventions, broadcast throughout the week. Radio 4 and London-based arts organisation Artangel have commissioned artists known for their singular approach to performance, sound, sculpture, installation and film-making to respond to a particular moment in the morning radio schedule and re-interpret how broadcast space might be thought about and listened to. This programme brings all five works together and hears from the artists.

Open Air marks a month until the submission deadline for Open, a call for new ground-breaking site-specific projects to transform the UK's cultural landscape. More details are available at

Produced by Russell Finch, Phil Smith and Joby Waldman
A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.

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28 minutes

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Sat 30 Mar 2013 11:00

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