The Arts Team or, ahem, ‘Dream Team’ featured in BBC Radio 4’s Front Row programme on Wednesday! Griselda and Elly talked to BBC Radio York’s Nathan Moore and explained why art matters in hospitals. Consultant surgeon and great advocate of the arts, Srinivas Chintapatla, gave his personal view of how art in hospitals makes a difference to staff.
Nathan Moore from BBC York sends Front Row an audio postcard from the city, including a visit to the studio of artist Sue Clayton who is painting portraits of York City supporters in the club’s centenary year, and a conversation with the York based rock band Bull.BBC Radio 4
Below is a link to the full Front Row programme. Sue Clayton who will be exhibiting her portraits of York City supporters at York hospital in the summer, starts her interview at 28 mins which leads into the hospital conversation at 33 mins.
This morning the Arts Team piece was aired on BBC Radio York. You can listen below to the 3 minute conversation.
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Brilliant Well done team. Fame at last!
I will have to get it on catch up
Dr Jo Mannion
Care Group Director Family Health
York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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