James Hart Dyke on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row
Listen to James being interviewed by Mark Lawson on BBC Radio 4: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00yj3ss/Front_Row_Roger_Deakins_MI6_paintings_Brendan_OCarroll
With Mark Lawson, who reports on a major new exhibition at Tate Britain which aims to make us reassess watercolours, with a range of images from the past 800 years.
Roger Deakins, who won the BAFTA for his work shooting the Coen brothers film True Grit, discusses the art of cinematography.
Brendan O’Carroll’s stage show, in which he dresses up as a foul-mouthed aged housewife Mrs Brown, premieres as a TV sitcom on BBC One next week. Neil McCormick reviews
And painting the Secret Intelligence Service: artist James Hart Dyke spent a year with MI6 and has just opened an exhibition depicting his impressions of the day-to-day work of the Service, at home and abroad. Mark Lawson meets him and the former chief of MI6 Sir John Scarlett.