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Art historian Philip Mould discusses the art chosen by Government ministers in this BBC Radio 4 broadcast from 26 January 2011.Becoming a Minister has many perks, but one they can see every day is the art hanging in their office, often borrowed from the Government Art Collection. Art historian Philip Mould speaks to new ministers about what they chose and why they chose it, and he asks what it says about them.

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About the Author

Philip Mould appears regularly on the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow and hosted the Channel 4 series Changing Faces, about the evolution of portraiture. Known as “the art detective,” he owns a gallery in London, is the art advisor to the British House of Commons and House of Lords, and even sold a painting to the queen. He lives in London with his wife and son and is turning parts of his book The Art Detective into a major multipart prime-time television series.