Arts funding should not come from the government

Philip Booth appears on BBC Radio 4 Sunday Programme

Philip Booth appeared on BBC Radio 4 Sunday Programme to discuss arts funding.

Philip stated that arts and culture are staples of civilian society and should not be funded by the government. In the past, civilian organisations were the prominant funders of arts, but this has slowly shifted to become a government responsibility. Philip also argued that DCMS should be disbanded.

Listen to the full programme here. Segment begins at 32.25.

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