A Taste For The Baroque

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01Alexandra Harris20130325

, author or Romantic Moderns and a Radio 3 New Generation thinker on the legacy of baroque style in twentieth-century English design. Recorded with an audience at St George's Bristol. Producer: Tim Dee.

02Paul Farley20130326

, poet and professor of Creative Writing at Lancaster University on baroque 'n' roll: ornamentation at the root of all delight. Recorded with an audience at St George's Bristol. Producer: Tim Dee.

03Ed Hollis20130327

, former architect and teacher at Edinburgh University, on twentieth-century architecture's battle with the baroque. Recorded with an audience at St George's Bristol. Producer: Tim Dee.

04Chloe Aridjis20130328

, Mexican novelist, on the survival of home-grown baroque - from ecclesiastical architecture to murder - in Mexico. Recorded with an audience at St George's Bristol. Producer: Tim Dee.

05 LASTTessa Hadley20130329

Writer Tessa Hadley on Henry James's long and sinuous sentences and jokes. Is there such a thing as baroque prose? Recorded with an audience at St George's Bristol. Producer: Tim Dee.