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Peter Mullan, Peggy Guggenheim, Transparent

John Wilson talks to Peter Mullan about his new film Hector, and artist Michael Craig-Martin discusses the extraordinary art collector Peggy Guggenheim.

John Wilson talks to Peter Mullan, who plays a homeless man on a journey in the film Hector, written and directed by Jake Gavin.

Michael Craig-Martin discusses a new documentary about the art collector Peggy Guggenheim, whose colourful personal history included figures such as Samuel Beckett, Max Ernst, Jackson Pollack and Marcel Duchamp.

Suzy Klein and Kate Mossman choose their favourite classical and pop records of the year.

And Boyd Hilton reviews Transparent, the award-winning show starring Jeffrey Tambor as a transgender father, as Amazon launch Season 2.

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30 minutes


  • Peggy Guggenheim

    Duration: 06:21

  • Peter Mullan

    Duration: 09:21

  • Christmas Presents: Music

    Duration: 07:27

  • Transparent

    Duration: 04:24

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict is in cinemas from Friday 11 December, certificate 15.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Peggy Gugggenheim Collection Archives, Venice.



Hector is in cinemas from Friday 11 December, certificate 15.

Christmas Presents: Music

Christmas Presents: Music

Suzy Klein and Kate Mossman with their musical Christmas present recommendations:

Suzy Klein’s choices are Thomas Gould - Live in Riga (Edition Records) and The Tallis Scholars - John Taverner's Missa Corona spinea (Gimell).

Kate Mossman has gone for Gaz Coombes – Matador (Hot Fruit) and Eska – Eska (Naim).



Series 2 of Transparent is available on Amazon Prime from Friday 11 December.

Photo Credit: Amazon Studios 


Role Contributor
Presenter John Wilson
Interviewed Guest Peter Mullan
Interviewed Guest Michael Craig-Martin
Interviewed Guest Suzy Klein
Interviewed Guest Kate Mossman
Interviewed Guest Boyd Hilton


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