Beaty Rubens discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.
A BBC Radio producer for 35 years, Beaty Rubens has collaborated with some of the great names in broadcasting, the arts and academia. Her many documentaries have focussed on the arts, history and the lives of women and children. Some high-points include working with Lyse Doucet, Katya Adler and James Naughtie, Professor Mary Beard, Professor Emma Smith and Professor Thomas Dixon, dancers Akram Khan and Marianela Nunez, poets Seamus Heaney, Alice Oswald, Sean O’Brien and Sasha Dugdale, writers Michael Morpurgo, David Almond, Shirley Hughes and Anna Pavord. She has won the radio category of the prestigious One World Media Award, the Glenfiddich Award and The BP Arts Journalism Award. In 2021 she left the BBC and now works as an independent producer and writer. Particularly happy in the Aegean, Beaty is also a passionate three-season swimmer in the Thames near where she lives in Oxfordshire with her husband and daughter.
- Journey to the River Sea https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdn6dp3
- Celia Pym http://celiapym.com/
- Charlotte Green giggling on air https://soundcloud.com/greville-suitcase/charlotte-green-radio-4-today
- Wet-Sox https://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/wetsuits/category/worn.html
5.Rameau’s Les Inde Galante – Les Sauvages – played on the cello by Christian Pierre La Marca https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2MJ-QrF90k
- A beach in the SE of the Peloponnese in Greece which I am not going to name https://drinkteatravel.com/best-beaches-peloponnese-greece/