Late Junction Festival Talk

Is British Culture Getting Weirder?

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BBC Radio 3’s arts and ideas programme Free Thinking asks 'Is British Culture Getting Weirder?'

As part of Late Junction Festival, Free Thinking host Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough poses the question 'Is British Culture Getting Weirder?'. Joining her is British composer, producer and musician Gazelle Twin (Elizabeth Bernholz), performer and lecturer Julia Bardsley, multi-instrumentalist and founder of Peckham Chamber Orchestra Hannah Catherine Jones, co-founder and editor of arts magazine The Quietus Luke Turner and writer and BFI curator William Fowler.

This talk is part of the Late Junction Festival series which includes performances from Gazelle Twin, Hen Ogledd, Pulled By Magnets, This is Not This Heat, Curl and O Yama O. Free Thinking is a programme encouraging leading artists, writers and thinkers to discuss the ideas which shape our lives.

BBC Radio 3 Late Junction Festival is produced by the Barbican in association with Reduced Listening

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