In fact, the podcast - and accompanying blog post with extensive images from the exhibition - delivers much more: Not only a glimpse into the mind of the artist as he plays with making the transition from one genre to another, but appreciation into the compositional structure of, inspiration for and influences behind, the work of a great American artist of the 20th century.
Delving deeply into the why's and wherefore's of a body of art like this is a luxury and one which in this world of instant Pins and Likes, I admit I rarely take the time to enjoy.
So sit down with a cup of tea, a pair of headphones and this page of accompanying photos open on your browser and allow yourself the time for some mental expansion.
Or better still, if you are in the San Francisco area, get down to the Young Museum and see Diebenkorn's work in all it's glory.
You might also like this overview of Richard Diebenkorn and his work.