Leonard Cohen Special
Next week, one of the most influential singer-songwriters in musical history performs live for the first time in fifteen years, at the start of a world tour that will bring him to Britain. In his decade and a half away from the stage, Leonard Cohen has endured psychological crisis, spiritual transformation and the loss of much of his money in a financial fraud. But his songs - including Suzanne and Hallelujah - have remained indelible in his recordings and numerous cover versions. In a Front Row Special, Leonard Cohen talks to Mark Lawson about song-writing, God, money, and stage-fright.
There ain't no cure for love.