BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival: Sound of Cinema: Extras Needed

LIVE from Radio 3's Pop Up Studio on Sage Gateshead's Concourse

Sage Gateshead Concourse

Matthew Sweet presents a live edition of BBC Radio 3’s film music programme exploring the crowd scene in the movies.

Matthew Sweet is the author of Shepperton Babylon: The Lost Worlds of British Cinema – a history of the British film business from the silent days and has presented TV and radio programmes exploring film, including Premium Bond with Mark Gatiss for BBC Four and A Profile of Ken Adam and Poetry and Film for BBC Radio 3. He has written TV films and series Silent Britain, Checking into History, British Film Forever, The Rules of Film Noir and A Brief History of Fun, as well as several Doctor Who audio plays and short stories.


Part of BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival 2018

Part of BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival 2018

Welcome to the Free Thinking Festival from BBC Radio 3. All weekend here at Sage Gateshead we’re gathering together a throng of talented individuals to wrestle, debate and celebrate the theme of this year’s festival: The One and the Many. Whether it’s the impact of social media,...

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