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Featuring Wes and Adam Special Guest star  David McBride Script by Dylan Thomas Produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber Special FX Andy Warhol Music by US Girls Shot on Location in Hull (National Film Board of Canada)
Back once again with the ill behaviour&#8230; or, as we like to call it, cultural conversation and discussion of all things arty. This episode we have a look at open Star wars auditions, the distribution of money for the arts, &#8230; <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/11/16/stock-cube-on-a-plinth/">Continue ...
On this week&#8217;s news-fest: Welcome to Season 4 Happy Birthday Crosswords Nottingham Playhouse Funding Loss Chatty Shop Attendants Adam&#8217;s Film Review Free Stuff From Starbuck The Church All Out of Pennies 1bn Euro Art-Horde in Munich &#8230;and some other stuff.
This week we discuss human rights, a terrible film and musicals. Also, you should probably watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3F0mnSydTb0 And this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=le_mG6b3DBs
Back safely from the world of late-night podcasting, we return to a more civilised time of day for the last show of August. Hot topics include: Rolf Harris Berlin (the place) Berlin (the band) Putin in Lingerie Fosters Feminism
Another evening session, this time powered by red wine. Expect a little bit of silliness. &#160; &#160; &#160; The touchy bits: Hunger Games Camp Amazon Art V Festival Wine &#160;
Adam vetoes Wes&#8217; first attempt at an intro (don&#8217;t ask). We talk about Kelly Clarkson&#8217;s used ring, as well as play the debut single from Dead Bear. Joy. &#160; Hot Topics: Kelly Clarkson&#8217;s used old ring Warhol Grave Watch Russia&#8217;s &#8230; <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/08/10/wabi-sabi-kemo-sabe-aug-10/">Continue ...
Face it, our titles are amazing. We know it, you know it. Let&#8217;s all just enjoy it, eh? This weeks ticklish bits: Mark Ravenhill&#8217;s Fringe Opener Massive Blue Cock in London Adam&#8217;s Film Review Saatchi Chucking Out Sentimental Goods NTW &#8230; <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/08/03/recently-rich-pop-tramp-aug-3/">Continue ...
This week we are going to pick ten of the best things to see at this year&#8217;s Edinburgh Fringe. You can even play along by getting the programme here: https://www.edfringe.com/ There&#8217;s also a great track of the week, Nitro by a &#8230; <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/07/27/fringe-2013-special/">Continue ...
This is a REALLY GOOD show, even if we say so ourselves. In a smorgasbord of topics, we cover: Emmy Nominations Architecture in Minecraft Adam&#8217;s Film Reviews The Cricket Selling Art to Make Art (Croydon Council) Algorithmic Film Faces (link)
Another Saturday, another show. We spoil you, we do. (You&#8217;re totally worth it though) &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; This week: Jay-Z&#8217;s 6 hour dancey-rap-fest Why do we love Man Vs. Machine? RIP Alan BBFC Censors &#8230; <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/07/13/derailed-into-amazon-july-13/">Continue ...
Space. The final frontier. Quite literally final for Louis Walsh, if we let Wes have his way. This week: &#160; &#160; Front Row&#8217;s Cultural Exchange Lowry &#38; the Culture Wars Art &#38; Class Celebrities in Space Tupac on Broadway Gardner&#8217;s &#8230; <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/07/06/tupac-in-space-july-6/">Continue ...
After absence, illness, a raft of near-death experiences and a huge cabinet reshuffle, we&#8217;re back &#8211; and better than ever. In this offering: Glastonbury Edinburgh Film Festival City of Culture Xbox One DRM backpeddling Beatnik Spam Poetry What&#8217;s on / &#8230; <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/06/29/the-triumphant-return-june-29/">Continue ...
A brief catch up with some news and events happening in the arts. Plus, a great track of the week.
It has been a weird week... MOMA have been keeping Tilda Swinton in a glass box, a bit like a hamster and Ai Wei Wei has been branching out into the tent business.

As usual, all the latest news, opinion and such is cleaved in half by a lovely bit of music. <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/04/01/all-the-bombs/">Continue ...
Listen to Wes mouth wrestle with foreign sounding words&#8230;
So then, we have a new boss and someone has been pilfering from the Banksy stationery cupboard, also, we predict the Oscars. Plus, some exciting news about an upcoming festival.
Job losses at five major UK arts institutions, the demise of the Ebacc and Lyn Gardner asks if we tolerate boring theatre.
We&#8217;re back with another crop of insightful analysis and entertainment picks&#8230; plus a little bit of swearing.
2012 In Review (In which we learn that Wes is capable of insulting many European leaders and Adam struggles to pronounce Picasso.) <a href="http://thesaturdayartsclub.co.uk/2013/01/07/2012-in-review/">Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">&#8594;</span></a>
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