Tuesday, February 22, 2005
They just did something very interesting on Radio 4's Front Row. When about to discuss the new Caravaggio exhibition at the National Gallery, Mark Lawson told anyone listening on or near their computer to got the programme's website, where they would find a a gallery of painting from the exhibition. They didn't make too much use of being able to have some of the audience look at the pictures, because of course they have to work with the listeners who don't have their computers online. But it did add something to my enjoyment of the discussion. I liked it.