Collection: Landscape, Fire and Wonderland

They say good things come in threes, and it’s certainly true of today’s broadcast. Arts writer David Whiting introduces us to the wonderful world of Robert Dawson, painter of forgotten places and close friend of the late Sir Kyffin Williams who thought his depictions of the Welsh borderlands ‘sensuous and romantic’. Then gallery founder Mike Goldmark tells the story behind Sir John Tenniel’s world-famous illustrations to Lewis Carroll’s Alice adventures, followed by a trip back in time to potter Phil Rogers firing his wood kiln for only the second time back in 2008. We hope you enjoy.