Watch Conversation: 'Caravaggio: a Life Sacred and Profane' on PBS. See more from PBS NEWSHOUR.
Art Because I wanted to retain the purity of the daily December opinions, there are few things I've wanted to post but decided to wait until January. I'm actually writing this on the 3rd of December, the day you were no doubt shocked to discover I like reading The Guardian, Douglas Adams, Shakespeare and about Doctor Who. A lot.
Anyway, here's an interview Andrew Graham-Dixon gave to PBS about his Carravagio book, which is interesting not just because of the comparisons he makes with Shakespeare's speculative biography but also because of the rarety of seeing AGD as interviewee. PBS have also posted a transcipt here, something I wish the BBC could afford to do more often.