Joan's Journey

Legendary singer songwriter Joan Armatrading spends a week away from the often solitary work that she does to explore key elements in her world of music, talking to people whose creative output overlaps with hers - film makers, guitarists, instrument makers, architects of music halls, artists, and poets.

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20040726

Legendary singer songwriter Joan Armatrading spends a week away from the often solitary work that she does to explore key elements in her world of music, talking to people whose creative output overlaps with hers - film makers, guitarists, instrument makers, architects of music halls, artists, and poets.

1/5. Joan meets poet Laureate Andrew Motion and performance poet Benjamin Zephaniah at the Poetry Café in Covent Garden to discuss lyrics.

20040727

Legendary singer songwriter Joan Armatrading spends a week away from the often solitary work that she does to explore key elements in her world of music, talking to people whose creative output overlaps with hers - film makers, guitarists, instrument makers, architects of music halls, artists, and poets.

2/5. Joan travels to Gateshead to see a state of the art music hall in the making with Fosters architect Spencer de Grey.

20040728

Legendary singer songwriter Joan Armatrading spends a week away from the often solitary work that she does to explore key elements in her world of music, talking to people whose creative output overlaps with hers - film makers, guitarists, instrument makers, architects of music halls, artists, and poets.

3/5. Joan meets pop artist Peter Blake and Turner prize artist Martin Creed in the current '60s show at Tate Britain to discuss music and art.

20040729

Legendary singer songwriter Joan Armatrading spends a week away from the often solitary work that she does to explore key elements in her world of music, talking to people whose creative output overlaps with hers - film makers, guitarists, instrument makers, architects of music halls, artists, and poets.

4/5. Joan meets film directors Danny Boyle and Michel Gondry - also known for his music videos - to discuss the relationship between music and the movies.

20040730

Legendary singer songwriter Joan Armatrading spends a week away from the often solitary work that she does to explore key elements in her world of music, talking to people whose creative output overlaps with hers - film makers, guitarists, instrument makers, architects of music halls, artists, and poets.

5/5. Joan meets fellow musicians to discuss making and playing music.

01Lyrics20040726

Joan meets poet Laureate Andrew Motion and performance poet Benjamin Zephaniah at the Poetry Café in Covent Garden to discuss lyrics.

01Lyrics20040726

Joan meets poet Laureate Andrew Motion and performance poet Benjamin Zephaniah at the Poetry Café in Covent Garden to discuss lyrics.

02Halls And Spaces20040727

Joan travels to Gateshead to see a state of the art music hall in the making with Fosters architect Spencer de Grey.

02Halls And Spaces20040727

Joan travels to Gateshead to see a state of the art music hall in the making with Fosters architect Spencer de Grey.

03Art20040728

Joan meets pop artist Peter Blake and Turner prize artist Martin Creed in the current '60s show at Tate Britain to discuss music and art.

03Art20040728

Joan meets pop artist Peter Blake and Turner prize artist Martin Creed in the current '60s show at Tate Britain to discuss music and art.

04Movies20040729

Joan meets film directors Danny Boyle and Michel Gondry - also known for his music videos - to discuss the relationship between music and the movies.

04Movies20040729

Joan meets film directors Danny Boyle and Michel Gondry - also known for his music videos - to discuss the relationship between music and the movies.

05 LASTMaking And Playing20040730

Joan meets fellow musicians to discuss making and playing music.

05 LASTMaking And Playing20040730

Joan meets fellow musicians to discuss making and playing music.