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The Wurlitzer 8 : Our Festive Edition!

March 8, 2017 Film, Art and Culture, The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 8 : Our Festive Edition!

Join Markus for his rather festive edition of the Wurlitzer! Frolic to some curious Christmas tunes and listen to his interview with Swedish bar entrepreneur Anna Christopherson and hear about the bars plans over the holidays and throughout the new year!

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The Wurlitzer 7

December 7, 2016 The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 7

Markus invites you to check out his mystery themed episode of the Wurlitzer! He’ll be also chatting with resident Summerhall animator Iain Gardner and his guest Jonathon Saunders and he’ll be making another trip to the Union Gallery to hear about artists Alexandra Warren, Sophie McKay Knight and Olivia Irvine’s exhibition Threefold.

 

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The Wurlitzer 6

November 12, 2016 The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 6

Markus has a chinwag with Sarah Miele about her starring role in the atmospheric thriller “Grain in the Blood” in the Traverse Theatre. He also pays a visit to the National Portrait Gallery to hear from curator Annie Lyden about their new photography exhibit “A View from Here”. And it’s all polished off with his eclectic music tastes!

The Wurlitzer 5

November 4, 2016 The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 5

Markus embraces the world of art today on the Wurlitzer as he goes to the Scottish National Gallery to interview Dr. Tico Seifert who’s curator for Carel Fabrizius’ ” The Goldfinch” on loan from Mauritshuis in the Hague. And he’ll be chatting with Aiden Weston Lewis about the rather curious exhibition he’s curating called “Drawing Attention”. And it’s all polished off with his usual eclectic taste for music from the large and small screen!

THE GOLDFINCH

4 November – 18 December 2016

Scottish National Gallery,
The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL

Admission FREE

#TheGoldfinch

 

Sponsored by Aegon

 

 

Carel FABRITIUS (1622-54)

The Goldfinch, 1654

Oil on panel, 33.5 x 22.8 cm

Collection: Mauritshuis, The Hague

The Wurlitzer 4

October 28, 2016 The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 4

Markus gets you in the mood for Halloween with his collection of macabre and mischievous music from the large and small screens. He also chats with artist Svetlana Kondakova about her latest exhibition on the “Seven Deadly Sins” and Deborah May lets him know all about the “Africa in Motion” festival!

GLUTTONY (2016)

SEVEN DEADLY SINS

Svetlana Kondakova

Union Gallery

The Wurlitzer 3

October 14, 2016 The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 3

Markus chats with Phil Jupitus about the roles he plays in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. He also finds out from Tery Sawyer about his new film club showcasing silent films, and he peppers the show with all sorts of eclectic music.

 

The Wurlitzer 2

October 6, 2016 The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 2

Join Markus as he pays a visit to the Edinburgh Film Guild to hear about their upcoming season, and interviews Ashley Cousins, one of the stars of the theatrical event that is “Gangsta Granny”! All this and plenty of choice pieces of film music too!

Illustrations ©Tony Ross, 2011, Cover lettering of author’s name © Quentin Blake, 2010

The Wurlitzer 1

September 27, 2016 The Wurlitzer Comments Off on The Wurlitzer 1

Join your whimsical host Markus on his first show of the Wurlitzer! Radio Summerhall’s hub for all things film, art and culture related. Listen as he banters with Dr. Frances Fowle of the Scottish National Gallery about Inspiring Impressionists. Hear him reminisce about his experiences with the Billy Elliot Musical and the Tollcross Chilli Cook-Off! Plus lots of eclectic music to boot!

INSPIRING IMPRESSIONISM:
DAUBIGNY, MONET, VAN GOGH
25 June – 2 October 2016
Scottish National Gallery
The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL
Admission: £11/9
#InspiringImpressionism

Vincent VAN GOGH (1853 –1890)
Daubigny’s Garden, 1890
Oil on canvas, 50 x 101.5 cm
Collection Rudolf Staechelin