Elisabeth Frink, Quentin Letts, Lloyd Dorfman
Kirsty Lang on the sculptures of Dame Elisabeth Frink, Ticketmaster's Chris Edmonds on touts, and Quentin Letts talks about his first novel. Plus arts philanthropist Lloyd Dorfman.
Dame Elisabeth Frink is the subject of a new exhibition in Nottingham which seeks to show the workings of her creative mind. Kirsty Lang talks to the curator of her estate, Annette Ratuszniak, and her son, Lin Jammet. They discuss the work of the artist known for her sculptures of men, animals, and religious figures.
The police have released figures stating Music and sports fans have lost more than £1.2 million to ticket fraud in the last six months showing much more needs to be done to protect people buying tickets. Following up on Front Row's ticket resale discussion last week we are now talking to Ticketmaster Chairman Chris Edmonds about how primary ticket seller Ticketmaster combat touts, and its relationship with the ticket resale market.
Quentin Letts, who writes parliamentary sketches by day and theatre reviews by night for the Daily Mail, talks to Kirsty about his debut novel, The Speaker's Wife, a satire on the state of the Church of England and the workings of the House of Commons.
This week Front Row talks to leading arts philanthropists, today to Lloyd Dorfman, about his work with the National Theatre.
War Damaged Musical InstrumentsSusan Philipsz: War Damaged Musical Instruments is at Tate Britain in London from 21 November 2015 to 3 April 2016.
Image: Bild 10, Alto Saxaphone (ruin). Salvaged from the Alte Münz bunker, Berlin, 1945. Collection Musikinstrumenten-Museum Berlin.
Role Contributor Presenter Kirsty Lang Interviewed Guest Annette Ratuszniak Interviewed Guest Lin Jammet Interviewed Guest Chris Edmonds Interviewed Guest Quentin Letts Interviewed Guest Lloyd Dorfman