Marvin E. Newman is a New Yorker, 89, and one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Why isn’t he better known? We talk to Reuel Golden, the editor of the first major Newman monograph to find out why and much more. We also discuss the new Mario Testino book and exhibition “Undressed” with Sleek magazine’s Jeni Fulton and then a special treat, as we talk to Professor Robin Kirkpatrick of Cambridge University about our new volume of William Blake’s illustrations of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Legends, old and new.