Secondary schools programming about art with an emphasis on contemporary art and design
Art and Tomaí go in search of Celtic festivals across Europe.
Artists are interviewed about the current curriculum and showcase their work.
Series investigating attacks on art works, from the earliest times to the present day
BBC Radio 4
Bob Dickinson visits a new festival of contemporary art in a nuclear bunker in Bosnia.
Architectural historian David Heathcote explores the best examples of Art Deco in Britain
Damien Hirst and others reflect on the forces that produced a brash, bold group of artists
The story of how one woman persuaded famous artists to donate prints to British schools.
David Snow joins an archaeolological dig in the WWI trenches in Thiepval Wood in France.
Dan Snow explores the many ways of remembering the Great War.
BBC Radio Ulster
Roger Law investigates the extraordinary boom in contemporary Chinese art
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the rich, exciting and diverse art history of the USA
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the rich, exciting and diverse art history of the USA.
BBC World News
Russell Davies interviews A-list legends of music, art, comedy and film
BBC Radio 2
The contribution that arts programmimg has made to our national broadcasting culture.
Exploring the story of Australian art through the country's rich cultural traditions.
Stuart Maconie recalls some classic pop albums that chronicle the end of a relationship.
Documentary about a terminally-ill man's love of lobster fishing.
Andrew Graham-Dixon undertakes an epic journey to uncover the art of China.
An insight into the world of the orchestra conductor.
The first broadcast of a newly discovered talk by Dylan Thomas.
How the art colony of St Ives in Cornwall played a key part in the history of modernism.
Richard Coles on the inspiration to artists of darkness and the Northern lights in Norway.
Psychoanalyst and former cricketer Mike Brearley investigates the art of the director
Dan Cruickshank finds out if art can offer comfort or explanation in the face of death.
Andrew Graham-Dixon unravels the mysteries of the art of the pre-perspective era
Documentary about Megan Boyd, legendary creator of elaborate fishing flies.
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores German art and examines the country's cultural legacy
Author Rosie Dastgir explores how home and roots shape an artist's work and creativity.
Nicholas Wapshott on how economist Keynes used government money to buy paintings in WWI.
Jerry Hall enlists the help of comedians to highlight the importance of laughter.
John Wilson explores the reasons why some artists use rubbish in their work.
Will Gompertz examines objects in the Royal Collection that define the British monarchy.
Michael Portillo explores the Parliamentary Art Collection
A look at the playing styles of some of the 20th century's greatest pianists.
Peter Day salutes the graphic artists whose canvas was Radio Times, 90 years old this week
Sara Mohr-Pietsch explores the digital remastering of music.
Mark Whitaker looks at some of the lesser-known ways the arts responded to the Great War.
Simon Hoggart charts the progress of the persuasive public speaker
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon travels through time to unlock the world of Russian art.
Art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon travels through time to unlock the world of Russian art
Guy Garvey on the challenge of turning a collection of songs into a single piece of art.
Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the story of some of Europe's most exciting and vital art
Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the story of some of Europe's most exciting and vital art.
Jonathan Powell, Tony Blair's chief of staff, asks what makes a great foreign minister.
The history of landscape gardening
Composer Matthew Herbert takes a critical look at looping and sampling in modern music.
Edi Stark talks to artists who challenge our ethical and moral views
BBC Radio Scotland
Will Gompertz investigates the artworks kept in our homes.
Waldemar Januszczak tries to discover why the dark adds extra drama and mystery to art.
Laurie Taylor investigates the pain and pleasure of UK public address announcements.
Writer and poet Owen Sheers explores British art and literature inspired by the high seas
Documentary about the life and work of comedian Tommy Cooper.
'I haven't suffered shock from the obvious'. Laurie Lee reveals his first taste of life.
Author Patrick Leigh Fermor on walking through Europe in the 1930s.
Midge Ure investigates water's role as a constantly flowing source of musical inspiration.
Sue Perkins explores the changing tastes in domestic art in post-war Britain.
A celebration of the world's finest arts documentaries
One-off magazine show includes a look at Birmingham's most loved and hated works of art.
An eclectic look at the arts in Northern Ireland, featuring interviews and reviews
Series of short films featuring contemporary artists.
Animation following the adventures of a young aardvark and his friends
Arthur Askey reads the hilarious, nostalgic, witty and occasionally sad story of his life.
Arthur Askey welcomes Richard 'Stinker' Murdoch, Vic Damone, Lee Wilson and Bucks Fizz.
Adaptations of tales from the great science fiction author and inventor
The irascible academic sets out on a bold mission to be recognised by Mother Earth.
Moments from the writer's life, told through his letters
Arthur Smith pieces together an unreliable portrait of Arthur Cravan, the Dada James Dean.
The popular comedian stars in Johnny Speight's sketches.
Horatio Clare explores the landscapes - real and imagined - of horror writer Arthur Machen
Ian Sansom explores the life of the prolific journalist, historian and children's educator
The life and work of the prolific journalist, historian, polemicist and educator.
Christopher Bigsby's biography of the leading modern playwright, read by Henry Goodman
Three classic short stories by American playwright Arthur Miller
The playwright tells how he taped North Carolina's poor singing Blues and spiritual songs.
BBC Radio 7
The story of a woman's investigation of her father's death in an air crash in 1968.
The classic tale is brought vividly to life as the Walker children set sail
Jokes, poignant humour and some of the best songs ever written.
Dementia, death, Leonard Cohen... and comedy! Arthur's new show reflects on life and love.
Arthur Smith invites an audience into his home for music and comedy
Arthur Smith leads his audience around the Edinburgh Festival for comedy, music and japes.
How the comedian quit booze in 2002 and entered the world of the chronically sober.
The dean is short of cash. Could betting on horses be the answer? Stars Patricia Routledge
Three university friends reunite 20 years after walking Offa's Dyke to recreate the feat.
Billy Kay takes a wry look at the changing diet of Scots who grew up in the 1950s.
Russell Davies looks at the life and music of composer and clarinettist Artie Shaw.
Toby Amies discovers how tricksters have turned the poking of fun into an art form.
Programme focussing on the work of a specific artist
BBC Radio 3
The story of artist Stanhope Forbes.
Six-part series looking at various artists and their work.