Check out Harry Chapman’s new podcast he’s done for a series hosted by the magnificently affable “The Urban Rajah” entitled, “The Last Supper”. As well as delving into cuisine and suggesting a guest list for an imaginary foodie curtain call, they manage to cover a multiplicity of topics including travel, film making, and dare I say it, the meaning of life… For anyone who was involved in “Invisible” or “Florian’s Last Climb”, both films get plugs. Hope you enjoy!
Here is the third and final instalment of Harold Chapman’s article chronicling a tour of northern Israel. Having sampled some of its cultural, religious and culinary delights, he meets members of its racial minorities – the Bedouin and the Druze before a final farewell at the ancient Roman aqueduct at Caesarea.
Harold Chapman’s second part of his Israel piece, “Land of Milk and Honey” is now headlining in the Arbuturian. From the extraordinary flavours of Uri Jeremais’ “Uri Buri” restaurant to holiest shrine of the Bahai faith just outside Akko, he continues his odyssey around one of the world’s most culturally ancient and complex areas.
Harold Chapman’s new travel piece, “Land of Milk and Honey”, documenting a recent trip to Northern Israel and the old Crusader base of Akko in particular – is now headlining in the Arbuturian. Part 2 out next week.
Harold Chapman’s review of the new Degas exhibition at the National Gallery – “Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell” is now running in the Arbuturian. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to see works from the Burrell collection, normally housed in Glasgow. It runs until 7th May, 2018 and is a good primer on the great Degas.