Plan B on his new album, Women in Chinese art, plus art reproduced on household items.
Plan B discusses Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose, his new album, the ways women have been portayed in Chinese art, plus from Picasso to Grayson Perry - art on household items.
Plan B - the singer, director and actor, aka Ben Drew - releases his fourth studio album this week. Plan B discusses Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose, featuring songs that reflect how his life has changed since his last album six years ago.
From Picasso to Grayson Perry, design critic Corinne Julius and the Royal Academy of Art's commercial director Jo Prosser discuss the history and trends in artists' work reproduced on homewares.
We hear about a new exhibition of Chinese art exploring the portrayal of women - as wives, mothers, workers, and students - over the past 100 years, which opens tomorrow at Oxford's Ashmolean Museum.
Presenter: John Wilson
Producer: Julian May.
Women in Chinese art
Wellcome Prize Winner
Art on household items
Plan BJohn Wilson and Plan B
Plan B's new album Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose is available from 4 May
Main image: Plan B
A Century of Women in Chinese Art
Made Gao (1919-2007)A Century of Women in Chinese Art is on at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford from 1 May until 7 Oct
Scene from White Snake 1990
Ink and colour on paper
Courtesy of the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
© Estate of Made Gao
Role Contributor Presenter John Wilson Interviewed Guest Plan B Interviewed Guest Corrine Julius Interviewed Guest Jo Prosser Producer Julian May Interviewed Guest Wang Di Interviewed Guest Shelagh Vainker