September 15th, 2015
Episode 1021 of 1202 episodes
South African artist William Kentridge discusses making animated films, drawings and directing the opera Lulu. William Boyd's latest novel Sweet Caress traces the life and work of a photographer. Philip Dodd talks to him about viewing 20th century history and news events through the lens of a fictional photo journalist. New Generation Thinker Zoe Norridge, documentary photographer Anna Fox and Eamonn McCabe – portrait photographer and former picture editor of the Guardian newspaper - discuss the impact of digital photography on the way we see the world.
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