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Mariele Neudecker, Kathleen Soriano, Tom Scutt and Jérôme Tubiana.

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3 March 2019

Episode 504

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We discuss Norwegian painter Harald Sohlberg with artist Mariele Neudecker and curator Kathleen Soriano. Plus: Tom Scutt on his play Berberian Sound Studio and Jérôme Tubiana on Guantánamo Bay’s youngest inmate.

3 March 2019

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Mariele Neudecker and Kathleen Soriano

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Painter Harald Sohlberg is a national treasure in Norway – but his work hasn’t seen the overseas recognition that many feel it deserves. We discuss the first major exhibition of his paintings in the UK with artist Mariele Neudecker and curator Kathleen Soriano.

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Tom Scutt

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With a background in production design, Tom Scutt is an unlikely candidate to direct a play about the atmospheric and emotive power of sound – but that’s precisely what he’s done with Berberian Sound Studio, an adaptation of Peter Strickland’s cult-classic film.

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Jérôme Tubiana

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Journalist Jérôme Tubiana joins us to discuss his new graphic novel, Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani, which follows the tribulations of the youngest-ever detainee in the notorious prison camp.

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