Guy Martin, one of the sculpture winners of the Marshwood Vale Magazine Arts Awards 2013, was brought up in a household where famous sculptors were regular visitors. He met Katherine Locke to talk about how he came to be blessed Read more »
An artist who paints every day to a disciplined schedule Julian Bailey talks to Mary Talbot
From small beginnings Bridport’s Film Festival, From Page to Screen has grown in ambition, confidence and stature. Maisie Glazebrook was there when last year’s curator Jonathan Coe handed over the reins to Francine Stock.
Although very much a local band in the West Dorset music scene, The Sidekicks have taken their unique brand of party music throughout the country thanks to word of mouth praise for their gigs over the last ten years. In Read more »
As a youngster he was always taught to avoid discussing religion and politics in the pub. So, over a cup of tea, Fergus Byrne talked to John Burton who has written a book making a case for science. John Burton, Read more »
Film director Bill Forsyth doesn’t watch a lot of movies. In fact, a boxed set of about a dozen classic films, given to him by a friend a few years ago, makes up the bulk of his DVD collection. His Read more »
Singer songwriter Sarah Gillespie continues to strike out beyond musical boundaries, deftly using her love of words to highlight tricky questions. She talked to Fergus Byrne.
Selection is at the heart of Alex Lowery’s way of painting. Elements of place are distilled, the image is reduced and concentrated. Mary Talbot meets the artist that gives the banal and ordinary a surprising beauty. Look at an Alex Read more »
Maf, a Maltese terrier, given as a present to Marilyn Monroe by Frank Sinatra became her constant companion for the last two years of her life. Katherine Locke talked to Andrew O’Hagen whose new novel looks at a fascinating moment in American culture through the dog’s eyes.
As she walks the red carpet at the Gala screening of the new film, Tamara Drewe, in Bridport in September, writer and illustrator, Posy Simmonds MBE, will be treading the pavements of her forebears. Her grandfather was a vicar in Read more »