Earth, Wind and Fire; From Here to Eternity, Chinese paintings; Sir Anthony Caro
Earth, Wind and Fire on their new album, a review of From Here to Eternity the musical, sculptor Sir Anthony Caro remembered, and an exhibition of Chinese paintings reviewed.
With Kirsty Lang.
From Here To Eternity is given the musical treatment by Sir Tim Rice, the lyricist who gave us Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita, with Pop Idol contestant Darius Campbell in the role of Sergeant Milt Warden, memorably played by Burt Lancaster in the film adaptation. Critic Jason Solomons delivers his verdict.
Earth, Wind And Fire, the American group behind hits September, Let's Groove and Boogie Wonderland in the late '70s, have just released their first studio album in eight years. Verdine White, Philip Bailey and Ralph Johnson, the three core members of the group - its founder Maurice White is no longer performing as a result of Parkinson's Disease - discuss the legacy of those early hits and the renewal of interest in their music following the success of Daft Punk.
Artist Maggi Hambling and Tim Marlow pay tribute to the sculptor Sir Anthony Caro, whose death at the age of 89 was announced today.
The V And A's new exhibition of Chinese painting promises to be "the most ambitious survey of one of the world's greatest artistic traditions". It covers 11 centuries and features an expansive collection ranging from scrolls which measure over 14 metres long, to intimate and poetic fan paintings. To find out whether the exhibition lives up to expectations, Chinese born artist Aowen Jin went to take a look.
Producer Stephen Hughes.
Sir Anthony Carro
From Here To Eternity
Masterpieces of Chinese Paintings 700-1900
Earth, Wind and Fire
|Interviewed Guest||Verdine White|
|Interviewed Guest||Philip Bailey|
|Interviewed Guest||Ralph Johnson|
|Interviewed Guest||Maggi Hambling|
|Interviewed Guest||Tim Marlow|
- Thu 24 Oct 2013 19:15