Robert Hughes, art critic and
author of the forthcoming The
Culture of Complaint, Guardian
I don't consider myself a pessimist at all. I think of a pessimist as someone who is waiting for it to rain. And I feel completely soaked to the skin.
Leonard Cohen, singer-
songwriter, Daily Telegraph
Every true work of art is
Ben Okri, novelist,
National Gallery News
The culture has changed. The Eighties were about form, not content. Radio is about content and ideas, not form.
John Lloyd, producer of Spitting
Image and bidder for the
first radio comedy franchise,
I'll speak for the same length of time as the average English batsman lasted at the crease in India - five seconds.
Jonathan Agnew, Sports Reporter
of the Year, Sony Radio Awards
Women write and say how awful I am - silly hair, silly face, silly teeth. I don't blame them. I am quite silly.
Jilly Cooper, novelist, Radio TimesReuse content