The Figure in Arts and Science, Julian Baggini, Ziauddin Sardar on community
As the Hayward Gallery opens an exhibition depicting the human body in sculpture, Ralph Rugoff and Deborah Bull join Philip Dodd to explore different representations of the body.
As the Hayward Gallery in London opens an exhibition depicting the human body in sculpture over the past twenty five years, Philip Dodd explores different representations and research. He's joined in the studio by the director of the Hayward Ralph Rugoff, former principal Royal Ballet dancer Deborah Bull and neuroscientist Professor Patrick Haggard.
And Preti Taneja, one of the 2014 Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers, presents a column on the female casting of King Lear.
Photo: Ugo Rondinone, nude (xxxxxxxxxxxxx), 2011
(c) the artist
Courtesy Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich.
Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zurich.
The Meaning of Community
Discussion with Tim Stanley, writer Julian Baggini and philosopher Zaiudin Sardar
Female casting of King Lear
New Gen thinker 2014, Preti Taneja on women playing King Lear
Human Figure in Arts and Science
Discussion with Deborah Bull, Ralph Rugoff, and Prof Patrick Haggard.
New Generation Thinkers 2014
Preti Taneja of Jesus College, Cambridge University is one of this year's New Generation Thinkers. Her current research is on rewriting Shakespeare for the 21st century.
Role Contributor Presenter Philip Dodd Interviewed Guest Ralph Rugoff Interviewed Guest Deborah Bull Interviewed Guest Patrick Haggard Interviewed Guest Julian Baggini Interviewed Guest Ziauddin Sardar Interviewed Guest Tim Stanley Presenter Preti Taneja Producer Georgia Catt Editor Robyn Read