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Dan Pearson, multi-director films, Alabama Shakes, Not Safe for Work

Arts news, including garden designer Dan Pearson, Alabama Shakes on their new album, films with multiple directors and a review of Not Safe for Work. John Wilson presents.

Garden designer Dan Pearson discusses his new meadow at Compton Verney inspired by William Morris, his 2015 Chelsea Gold Medal winning garden and his designs for the controversial Thames Garden Bridge.

As two British films with more than one director are due for release - Everyone's Going To Die and Blood Cells - Hannah McGill joins John Wilson to examine what having more than one director can bring to a film.

As the American band Alabama Shakes play Glastonbury today, they discuss their latest album and how they are getting to grips with their pop stardom.

Not Safe for Work is a new 6-part comedy drama exploring the shattered personal and profession lives of a group of civil servants forced to relocated from London to Northampton. Bim Adewunmi reviews.

Presenter: John Wilson
Producer: Rebecca Armstrong.

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30 minutes

Chapters

  • Dan Pearson

    Duration: 09:14

  • Multi-director films

    Duration: 05:49

  • Alabama Shakes

    Duration: 07:46

  • Not Safe for Work

    Duration: 05:03

Dan Pearson

Dan Pearson

Dan Pearson's William Morris Wild Flower Meadow is at Compton Verney, in Warwickshire, until 13 September 2015.


Blood Cells

Blood Cells

Blood Cells is in cinemas from Tuesday 30 June, certificate 15.


Everyone’s Going To Die

Everyone’s Going To Die

Everyone’s Going  To Die is in cinemas now, certificate 12A. It will be available on demand from Monday 6 July.


Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes

Sound & Color by Alabama Shakes is out now.


Not Safe for Work

Not Safe for Work

Not Safe for Work begins on Channel 4 on Tuesday 30 June at 10pm.


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Presenter John Wilson
Interviewed Guest Dan Pearson
Interviewed Guest Hannah McGill
Interviewed Guest Alabama Shakes
Interviewed Guest Bim Adewunmi
Producer Rebecca Armstrong

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