Francis Bacon at the BBC :
The artist discusses his paintings and influences
Van Gogh :
Portraits of the Artist
News : Sport in Art Exhibition
The art world celebrates the Olympics.
British Art and Artists : A Sculptor's Landscape
Henry Moore's work shown amid the natural landscape that inspired him.
Radio Newsreel : Edward G Robinson
The Hollywood 'heavy' describes his love for beautiful things.
The Lively Arts : Henry Moore
How stumbling into the underground one night led to Henry Moore's wartime shelter drawings.
Henry Moore : One Yorkshireman Looks at His World.
Henry Moore reflects on his origins and his life's work.
Henry Moore at Home : A Private View of a Personal Collection
Henry Moore discusses the artwork he has chosen for his home.
Omnibus : Shafts Of Sunlight
Where there's muck, there's brass... and pigeons and lurchers and bingo too.
Arena: Art and Design : Henry Moore Meets Leonardo
Henry Moore discusses Da Vinci's anatomical drawings.
The Lively Arts : Henry Moore at Eighty
Henry Moore gives a private viewing of his sketches.
Conversations with Artists : Henry Moore
Henry Moore reflects on his life as an artist.
The Levin Interviews : Henry Moore
'An artist whose name and work are known wherever art is known'.
Arena : Henry Moore
John Read shares his personal memories of the artist he filmed six times over 28 years.
Late Show: Face to Face : John Berger
The Booker Prize-winner and art critic discusses his work.
Henry Moore - Carving a Reputation : 1898-1945
Recollections of the artist as student, teacher and innovator.
Henry Moore - Carving a Reputation : 1945-1986
The concluding part of a study of Henry Moore.
Personal Touch : Marianne Grant
Artist Marianne Grant tells of how she was forced to paint for Dr Josef Mengele in Auschwitz.
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