Kingsman: The Secret Service; Puppeteer Basil Twist; Album Auctions

Samira Ahmed talks to director Matthew Vaughn and Kick Ass writer Mark Millar about Kingsman: The Secret Service, which stars Colin Firth as a spy mentoring a new recruit.

Puppeteer Basil Twist, who worked on Kate Bush's recent concerts, on reviving the Japanese tradition of moving screens, called Dogugaeshi.

As figures reveal the extent of BP's sponsorship of Tate Galleries, Samira discusses the relationship between arts organisations and big business.

And as two bands - Wu Tang Clan and Sexual Objects - auction their new album as a single copy, Samira talks to Sexual Objects front man Davy Henderson and Forbes Magazine editor Zack O'Malley Greenburg.

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Kingsman: The Secret Service

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Basil Twist

Basil Twist

Basil Twist’s Dogugaeshi is being performed, as part of the London International Mime Festival, at the Barbican from January 28 to 31

Album auctions

Album auctions
Two bands - Wu Tang Clan and The Sexual Objects - are auctioning their new albums as single copies. Front man of The Sexual Objects, Davy Henderson, and senior editor at Forbes, Zack O'Malley Greenburg, discuss this unique take on marketing music. 

Corporate sponsorship and the arts

Figures have shown the amount of money BP have sponsored Tate Modern. We discuss the relationship between arts organisations and big business sponsors. 


Role Contributor
PresenterSamira Ahmed
Interviewed GuestMatthew Vaughn
Interviewed GuestMark Millar
Interviewed GuestBasil Twist
Interviewed GuestDavy Henderson
Interviewed GuestZack O'Malley Greenburg
ProducerPhilip Sellars

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