Ursula Le Guin was a trailblazer - writing in the 1960s, her series of books about the adventures of a boy wizard, Ged, included characters of every race and colour. Her fiction was acutely concerned with politics, portraying worlds destroyed by environmental catastrophe that prefigured modern concerns about global warming, and societies without gender just as modern-day feminism began to take off. Here she narrates her life, art and beliefs.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of 'Homogenic' this first episode is about Björk in the 90's. Expect lots of fascinating and colourful insights into her creative process and her thoughts on music, technology, art and life in general.