Graham discusses two jarring moments in an otherwise brilliant new book about Pauline Boty, the most overlooked British Pop Artist of the 1960s.

Charles and Graham reflect on the new film by Greek director, Yorgos Lanthimos, Poor Things, which features an astonishing performance by Emma Stone and is a film dividing audiences over its feminist credentials.

Charles draws attention to the recent decision by York Art Gallery to re-introduce a charge to enter its permanent collections gallery. Yet another sign of the problems currently being faced by cultural institutions around the country, struggling to balance their budgets post-Covid in the face of rising costs.

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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