This week, we look back to May 2014 and the second of two podcasts episodes which attempt to explore the music, the man and the myth of composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle, with a rare interview with the composer himself and the many musicians who surround him.
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This week we look back with a series of two episodes that attempt to explore the music, the man and the myth of composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle in his 80th year in 2014.
On this week's edition we step into a deep and complex digital universe: we take down from our archive shelf a conversation with composer Jessica Curry.
In this week’s archive edition we travel back quite a way in our archive, in this case to the 19th Century and meet the manipulative Lady Susan played by Kate Beckinsale in Whit Stillman’s film Love & Friendship.
In this week’s archive edition we return to the cinema and find ourselves trapped in the claustrophobic Oscar winning drama Room…
In this week’s archive edition we find ourselves in 2015 and face to face with a force of nature, a champion of the new, a man who stood up for his beliefs; he could even get a new concert halls built – Pierre Boulez.
In this archive episode, we experience a play for power in Armando Iannucci’s absurdist drama The Death of Stalin, back in 2017 when Ben Eshmade spoke to Simon Russell Beale.
We're back digging in our archive for another listen to this interview from November 2017 where we found ourselves transfixed by the meditative and transcendental music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda.
Barbican Young Poet alums, Jeremiah Brown and Gabriel Akamo speak to actor Sope Dìrísù about heritage, diversity in theatre audiences and training.
Barbican Young Film Programmer alum, writer and journalist, Rogan Graham speaks to actor Susan Wokoma about finding your community, creative process, activism and inspiration.