Clothes designer Roland Mouret, Josie Lawrence, director Noel Clarke, artist Luke Jerram and author Peter Wilcox join Jonathan on the Radio 2 Arts Show.
This week on The Radio 2 Arts Show clothes designer, Roland Mouret celebrates 20 years in fashion ahead of London Fashion Week as well as bringing his Buried Treasures. Josie Lawrence discusses absurdist play Amedee ahead of opening night at the Birmingham Rep. Artist, Luke Jerram discusses his latest project in Scunthorpe called Treasured City which challenges the general public to find solid gold artefacts worth £1,000 each hidden in the area - and anyone who finds one gets to keep it. Luke is known worldwide for his public engagement artworks include Play Me, I'm Yours, the globally successful street pianos installation, his giant Park and Slide, where a huge waterslide was installed in Bristol, Sky Orchestra, where hot air balloons are floated over a city to music and most recently Museum of the Moon. Director Noel Clarke and Radio 2's Book Club Fact Not Fiction returns with Greenpeace Captain (a biography of the captain of Rainbow Warrior) with author Peter Wilcox.