Archive for the ‘BBC’ Category

07/10/2007
Leonard Cohen
hopes to tour soon


Here’s a fine (and rare) interview on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row.

Click on ‘Listen Again – Monday.’ It’s only up until this coming Monday.

Cohen was in Manchester for an exhibition of his paintings called “A Private Gaze.”

He told interviewer Mark Lawson,

“My last tour was in ’93. I’d like to go out again now. so I’ve been looking into it and actually starting to make arrangements. “

“Hallelujah.”
-E

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12/27/2006

Designer and Architectural Philosopher Charles Jencks on the BBC.
But only through January 1st.


He’s good on Modernism. Good on Post-Modernism. Good on the strange shapes of today’s buildings that “don’t have any public meaning system.” He compares today’s icons to the enigma of the Eiffel Tower. He says the year 2000 will be seen like the year 1000 – a time of great “cathedrals.” And he’s good on Chinese Gardens.

-E, njoy.

12/27/2006

Designer and Architectural Philosopher Charles Jencks on the BBC.
But only through January 1st.


He’s good on Modernism. Good on Post-Modernism. Good on the strange shapes of today’s buildings that “don’t have any public meaning system.” He compares today’s icons to the enigma of the Eiffel Tower. He says the year 2000 will be seen like the year 1000 – a time of great “cathedrals.” And he’s good on Chinese Gardens.

-E, njoy.

12/27/2006

Designer and Architectural Philosopher Charles Jencks on the BBC.
But only through January 1st.


He’s good on Modernism. Good on Post-Modernism. Good on the strange shapes of today’s buildings that “don’t have any public meaning system.” He compares today’s icons to the enigma of the Eiffel Tower. He says the year 2000 will be seen like the year 1000 – a time of great “cathedrals.” And he’s good on Chinese Gardens.

-E, njoy.