London's V&A has decided to support one of it's exhibits through the use of a specifically produced audio show.

Absolute Radio will be hosting a show payed for by the V&A, a move hoping to add an extra dimension to their exhibition about David Bowie. Bowie's exhibit ‘David Bowie is' was launched following the musician's recent release of a new album called ‘The Last Day,' his first release in a decade.

The show will itself will be a 3-part series hosted on the 7th, 14th and 21st of April at 7pm. Each episode is an hour long and will be hosted by comedian, musician and self-proclaimed fan of Bowie's, Tim Minchin. It will also be possible to catch the shows after they air by visiting Absolute Radio's website.

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