What The Minister Saw

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20110126

Becoming a Minister has many perks, but one they can see every day is the art hanging in their office, often borrowed from the Government Art Collection. Art historian Philip Mould speaks to new ministers about what they chose and why they chose it, and he asks what it says about them.

Producer: Giles Edwards.

Art expert Philip Mould looks at what new government ministers have put on their walls.

20110126

20110102

Becoming a Minister has many perks, but one they can see every day is the art hanging in their office, often borrowed from the Government Art Collection. Art historian Philip Mould speaks to new ministers about what they chose and why they chose it, and he asks what it says about them.

Producer: Giles Edwards.

Art expert Philip Mould looks at what new government ministers have put on their walls.

20110102

2011010220110126

Becoming a Minister has many perks, but one they can see every day is the art hanging in their office, often borrowed from the Government Art Collection.

Art historian Philip Mould speaks to new ministers about what they chose and why they chose it, and he asks what it says about them.

Producer: Giles Edwards.

Art expert Philip Mould looks at what new government ministers have put on their walls.

2011010220110126

Becoming a Minister has many perks, but one they can see every day is the art hanging in their office, often borrowed from the Government Art Collection.

Art historian Philip Mould speaks to new ministers about what they chose and why they chose it, and he asks what it says about them.

Producer: Giles Edwards.

Art expert Philip Mould looks at what new government ministers have put on their walls.