Current affairs programme with Ian Trethowan.
The writers of Driving Home for Christmas explore the craftof writing drama.
BBC Radio Wales
Tim Franks speaks to Sandy Nairne, Director of the National Portrait Gallery, UK.
BBC News Channel
Boo hides in an art gallery and becomes an artist. Look out for a pretty finger painting.
23/28 Michael Aspel and the team visit Glasgow's newly-refurbished Kelvingrove Museum.
24/28 A Charles Rennie Mackintosh and a Chippendale chair are amongst the finds in Glasgow.
10/26 Fiona Bruce and the team head to the National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.
22/26 Treasures featured include a landscape of a valuable maritime scene found in a skip.
Cate Blanchett in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, and Zaha Hadid's Serpentine Sackler Galler.
BBC Radio 4
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Tristram Hunt, Kathryn Hughes and Ekow Eshun.
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by writers Susan Jeffreys and Miranda Sawyer.
Sandi Toksvig explores the relationship between travel and portraiture.
John McCarthy looks at William Morris in Iceland, Australia and Britain's art galleries.
A new Tyneside art gallery's opening night is thrown into jeopardy by ill-trained staff.
Tom Cruise in Rock of Ages; Scottish National Portrait Gallery; Afghan War fiction.
Artist Rachel Whiteread; Dallas is back; Watts Gallery competes for the Art Fund Prize.
John Wilson pays tribute to Gore Vidal and visits the William Morris Gallery.
Sarah Dunant reviews the new National Gallery exhibition featuring artist Paolo Veronese.
Carey Mulligan, Making Colour review, the miners' strike's artistic legacy 30 years on.
WWI Galleries at the Imperial War Museum and Linda Grant on Upstairs at the Party.
Mark Lawson reports on the new Hepworth gallery in Wakefield.
John Wilson visits the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings; TV drama One Night review; Tobias Jones.
Carole Cerasi plays the 1740 Shudi harpsichord in the Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace.
BBC Radio 3
Sara Mohr-Pietsch explores the modern revival of the West Gallery music tradition.
Aled Jones explores the revivial in West Gallery music, also known as Psalmody.
Sean Rafferty presents a special programme from the National Gallery in London.
Live music from traditional Maori musician Horomona Horo and Guildhall students.
With music from Ensemble 360 and David Owen Norris, plus actor Malcolm Sinclair.
Isabel Hilton finds out what ingredients are necessary to make a good Eyptyian gallery.
Matthew Sweet visits the National Gallery's first Picasso exhibition.
Matthew Sweet interviews the winner of the 2009 TS Eliot prize. Plus the film A Prophet.
Presented by Philip Dodd. With Fintan O'Toole on creating a new republic in Ireland.
Matthew Sweet talks to novelist Margaret Drabble about her collected short stories.
Samira Ahmed attends the reopening of the Photographers' Gallery.
William Crawley looks at the story of Hugh Lane's 39 French impressionist paintings.
Lesley Chamberlain explores why people look at paintings in galleries.
8/63 Penny Pocket has terrible hiccups that refuse to go away.
206/63 The school photographer is unable to reach Balamory because of high winds.
A couple want to start an art gallery in a sleepy Costa del Sol town.
Grayson Perry discusses what makes him an artist and the limits of contemporary art
29/70 Simon, Sarah-Jane and Tamba take a trip to an art gallery.
6/10 A day out at the museum turns out to be far from normal, more paranormal for one target.
John Florance joins choristers and musicians to explore 200 years of rural church worship.
Poetry inspired by works of art
11/13 Derek MacKay and Kirsty MacDonald explore Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.
3/13 Exploring the treasures of Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
1/4 Reporter David Lander reopens the investigation into 1983's Archibald Gallery robbery.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Reporter David Lander reopens the investigation into the 1983 crime. From September 1985.
BBC Radio 7
16/30 The Tronjipotters are trapped in a giant artwork maze, and a food cart won't stop moving.
Angus and Cheryl go on a school trip to the museum.
50/52 The Line draws pictures for Dipdap but they are not what they seem.
The BBC Singers and St James's Baroque perform Restoration church and instrumental music
24/26 Amy's mission is to prank her best friend who is also named Amy.
A new Tyneside art gallery's opening night is thrown into jeopardy by well-meaning staff.
Jeremy Summerly visits Dorchester, where Thomas Hardy captured the caroling tradition.
3/3 Thomas Hennell and Barbara Jones were key artists in the 40s Recording Britain art project
Nick Roberts with the show where it is all about the music.
Egyptologist Amelia Edwards and poems about snails.
Rony hears about a new art gallery in Thorne exhibiting work by local autistic people.
Colin heads to the Willow Gallery in Oswestry for this week's Beginner's Guide entry.
A special day in Shropshire’s cultural history: Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery opens.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Irish Folk with Cannon, Campbell, Watchorn and O'Connor - formerly of The Dubliners.
MK Calling starts this weekend, a summer exhibiton celebrating all things Milton Keynes.
Jack Neville and Skies On Fire perform live ahead of Ampthill Festival this weekend.
Sue chats to comedian Ed Byrne before he brings his tour to the City Hall in Salisbury.
We find out how the Trowbridge community has been preparing for Trowbridge in Bloom.
Moving Derby Museum and Art Gallery's Bronze Age log boat.
BBC Radio Derby
Two Somerset MPs say they're prepared to be part of a future coalition government.
Newshour comes live from Paris on the opening of the Louvre's new gallery of Islamic art.
BBC World Service
Craige Els, the new Miss Trunchbull in “Matilda” and “Secret London Walks”.
BBC London 94.9
Should drug addicts have access to consumption rooms, to legally inject prescribed heroin
The Questmaster hears about one of Norfolk's most unusual galleries, in Sheringham.
Martin Evans brings you much-loved music combined with interviews.
We hear about the multi-million pound bid for a new museum and art gallery in Swindon
Nick Roberts with unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar music from the North East.