Madonna, relationship with alcohol and Monet's 'Water Lilies'
In episode 13, we talk about sex, drinking culture and art as therapy. Our three figures are Madonna, that doctor’s double the alcohol units patients claim they consume and ‘Water Lilies’ by Claude Monet (c.1915-1926).
How to Fail, presented by Elizabeth Day
Podcast Radio Hour, presented by Amanda Litherland
SAL, Mick Kitson (2018)
Figure 1: Madonna
Woman’s Hour: Women in politics, Madonna at 60, health inequality, favourite parent presented by Jenni Murray
Madonna at 60: How the ‘Queen of Pop’ continues to redefine stereotypes about older women, Sabrina Baar
Don’t be a moron, of course Madonna should headline Glastonbury 2019, Nick Levine
Madonna Woman of the Year Speech
Madonna Opens Up About Life with 6 Kids and Her Emotional Adoption Journey: 'It's Complicated — But So Worth It', Jeff Nelson
Madonna’s Spring Awakening, Roxanne Gay
Madonna - I'm Going To Tell You a Secret (Documentary) (2005)
Figure 2: Doctor’s double the alcohol units patients claim they consume
How much do you drink? Whatever you say, your GP will double it
Alcohol limits and unit guidelines
Since I sobered up, I’ve seen the ugly side of Britain’s drinking habit, Bryony Gordon
Figure 3: ‘Water Lilies’ by Claude Monet (c.1915-1926)
10 Facts You Might Not Know About Claude Monet's "Water Lilies"
Beyond the Stars: The Mystical Landscape from Monet to Kandinsky
Review of ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse’ at the Royal Academy, Charlotte Lorimer
Art as Therapy, Alain de Botton (2013)
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