10.30 Beyond the Stone by Kate Griffin.
Read by Elizabeth Kelly. Producer Alastair Simmons
10.45am The service,
With the Cathedral choir. When We Truly Love;
The Song of the Tree of Life; God, Whose City's Sure Foundation
Natalie Wheen visits
London's Barbican to see the exhibition of Jewish art from Chagall to Kitaj; listens to the country music of Randy Travis ; and reports on an initiative to help artists with painter's block.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo
Why do some paintings shock with their erotic content while others are considered to be merely studies of the human form? Louisa Buck explores the work of erotic artist Egon Schiele. Producer Belinda Sample. Stereo
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