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Meg Rosoff

Magazine arts show. Award-winning novelist Meg Rosoff explores the relationship between art and the unconscious mind as she attempts to unlock the secrets of the creative brain.

Meg Rosoff is an award-winning novelist and author of the international bestsellers How I live Now, Just in Case and Jonathan Unleashed. For Artsnight, she explores the relationship between art and the unconscious mind.

Meg meets Irish novelist Eimear McBride, author of the Baileys Prize-winning A Girl is A Half Formed Thing to discuss translating the mysteries of the brain to the page. She talks to actors Anne Marie Duff and Denise Gough about how performers tap into their unconscious on stage, and questions psychotherapist Susie Orbach and neuroscientist Lewis Hou, as she attempts to unlock the secrets of the creative brain. With contributions from renowned cellist Steven Isserlis, and principal dancer with the Royal Ballet, Edward Watson.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 5 Aug 2016 23:00

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Meg Rosoff
Executive Producer Janet Lee
Series Producer Matthew Springford
Producer Alex Harding
Director Alex Harding
Participant Eimear McBride
Participant Anne-Marie Duff
Participant Denise Gough
Participant Susie Orbach
Participant Lewis Hou
Participant Steven Isserlis
Participant Edward Watson

Broadcast

BBC Arts

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