From award winners and Brexit to the politics of language and presidents, look back at all twelve of the poems from the Subject to Change series by the Barbican Young Poets as they respond to events from our ever changing world in 2018.
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We look at the relationship between Klimt and Flöge and see how, in a process of co-creation, they became standard-bearers of the new liberated man and woman, the alternative king and queen of fashionable Vienna Secession
Director Matt Dempsey presents a beautiful and poignant film in response to the knife violence epidemic that has been crippling London.
Rising star David Lowery (A Ghost Story) speak to us about directing Robert Redford in what he claims is his last acting role, in The Old Man and The Gun, the story of a 70-year-old jailbreaker who embarks on a series of unprecedented heists.
In the latest Composer Focus, host Edward Seckerson is joined by BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Sakari Oramo to discuss his fellow countryman Jean Sibelius, and the themes of nature and Finnish national identity woven throughout his music.
In our latest session, Timo-Veikko Valve, principal cello at the Australian Chamber Orchestra, performs JS Bach's Sarabande from Suite No.4 for Unaccompanied Cello BWV1010 in E-flat Major at Milton Court.
In the latest Composer Focus, violinist, composer, and Australian Chamber Orchestra artistic director Richard Tognetti discusses the genius, larger than life character, and prodigious talent of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Inspiring some of his most passionate work, we look at the relationship between French sculptor Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel and her role in shaping his legacy and announced a new kind of creative exchange within an artistic relationship.
The latest in our Subject to Change poetry series, Young Poet Gabriel Jones presents 'We're chatting in the kitchen about our brains'.
Conductor and pianist Sir Antonio Pappano discusses Gustav Mahler, whose extreme, powerful and raw symphonic writing stretches both conductors and orchestras to their limits in the latest episode in our Composer Focus series.