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King Charles III; Pink Floyd exhibition

We talk to writer, director and actor from the TV adaptation of a controversial play about the Windsors; and the curator of a Pink Floyd retrospective shows us flying pigs.

As a controversial play about a Windsor power struggle hits the small screen, we talk to writer Mike Bartlett and director Rupert Goold about adapting King Charles III for TV; complete with constitutional crisis, the Queen's funeral, Diana's ghost, blank verse and the late great Tim Piggott-Smith.

Radio 4's Poet in Residence Daljit Nagra begins the first in series of appearances where he takes us through what currently interests and inspires him from the world of poetry.

After the success of the David Bowie exhibition The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has mounted another rock based show, this time on the long and varied career of Pink Floyd. The curator Victoria Broakes shows Emma round exhibits that range from psychedelia to synthesisers via flying pigs.

Presenter: Emma Dabiri
Producer: Ella-mai Robey.

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30 minutes


  • King Charles III

    Duration: 12:26

  • Daljit Nagra

    Duration: 05:03

  • Venice Biennale

    Duration: 02:55

  • Pink Floyd exhibition

    Duration: 07:05

King Charles III

King Charles III

Prince William (OLIVER CHRIS), King Charles III (TIM PIGOTT-SMITH),
Kate Middleton (CHARLOTTE RILEY)
King Charles III is on BBC Two at 9 pm 10 May 
Main image: Prince Harry (RICHARD GOULDING), King Charles III 

Pink Floyd Exhibition

Pink Floyd Exhibition
Photo credit: Inflatable Teacher
Copyright: The Pink Floyd Exhibition at the V&A
from 13 May 


Role Contributor
Interviewed Guest Mike Bartlett
Interviewed Guest Rupert Goold
Interviewed Guest Daljit Nagra
Interviewed Guest Victoria Broakes
Presenter Emma Dabiri
Producer Ella-mai Robey


  • Tue 9 May 2017 19:15



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