Graham reports on his recent stay in John Ruskin's house at  Brantwood in the Lake District- but is the Victorian art critic and social reformer really as relevant to the 21st century as his supporters claim?

Graham also talks about his recent pilgrimage to a secret rock n roll shrine in a York pub related to the Rolling Stones.

Charles talks about the real enjoyment to be found in Alexander Payne's Oscar winning film, The Holdovers.

For Graham, there is personal sadness at the death of 1970s musician Steve Harley whose enduring hit song Come Up and See Me (Make Me Smile) still manages to overshadow a back catalogue of considerably underrated songs.

This show broadcasts every Sunday at 8pm.

An off the cuff overview of the arts, film, music and culture scene in Yorkshire and beyond with attitude, knowledge and, occasionally, humour!

The podcast is hosted by two of Yorkshire’s most experienced arts writers, Charles Hutchinson and Graham Chalmers – with regular guests.

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