FT Life of a Song

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Each month FT music critics and contributors discuss the story of a song, from its origins and early recordings through cover versions good and bad. Formerly called FT Arts.

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FT Life of a Song

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281 Classical ballet and contemporary dance2011-01-14 19:16:00
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282 Best pop music of 20102010-12-17 16:58:00
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283 Does farce matter?2010-12-10
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284 The artist as businessman2010-12-03
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285 Miami Basel: the rise of Latin American art2010-12-03
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286 New opera: does it exist?2010-11-25 18:58:00
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287 Pop stars of a certain age2010-11-22
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288 Chekhov on the small screen2010-11-15 17:00:00
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289 Contemporary British art and the cult of celebrity2010-10-29 17:00:00
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Contemporary British art and the cult of celebrity

It's been a big week for contemporary British art. First the opening of the British Art Show 7 in Nottingham, then the second instalment of Newspeak at the Saatchi Gallery in London. To round it off, on Sunday Channel 4 will show “Modern Times”, the fifth in its series The Genius of Britain, this time presented by Janet Street-Porter. Peter Aspden, FT arts writer, and John Lloyd, FT television columnist, discuss art and celebrity: Charles Saatchi, Damien Hirst and the inimitable Janet Street-Porter. FT art critic Jackie Wullschlager reports on the British Art Show. Does it really represent the art of the nation? Produced by Griselda Murray Brown…read more

290 Jan Dalley and Peter Aspden discuss A History of the World in 100 Objects2010-10-25 16:53:00
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291 Simon Schama on beasts and beastliness in contemporary art2010-10-14 23:49:00
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292 Shadow Catchers at the V&A2010-10-11 23:00:00
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293 Has Mad Men lost its mojo?2010-10-07 23:00:00
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294 Jan Dalley interviews Sir Nicholas Serota2010-10-06 23:00:00
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