I’m on BBC World Service’s “The Arts Hour” again this Sunday, November 12th

I am back for more. They like me at “The Arts Hour”! They really like me!

Also appearing with me and host Nikki Bedi will be Tokini Peterside, the founder of Art X Lagos, the first international art fair in West Africa (which sounds really cool — I so want to visit Nigeria). We’ll be talking about Murder on the Orient Express, Brawl in Cell Block 99 (which I will review soon), secret political messages in pop songs, and a lot more.

As always, this episode of “The Arts Hour” will air several times between Sunday and Monday, and will be available on iPlayer anytime after the first broadcast. Unlike BBC TV programs, the radio stuff is available globally, so you can listen no matter where you are. The episode page with all the info you need is here.

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  • Finally caught up with this…

    I wonder whether, in a world of increased populism and resurgent explicit fascism, more women (particularly in nominally-liberal fields of endeavour) feel they have little more to lose compared with the way the status quo is going anyway, so they're more willing to speak up about harrassment.

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