Alan Sheridan and Patrick Pollard discuss André Gide, France's favourite rebel.
Richard Cork and Dawn Ades discuss the eccentric master of surrealism.
David Thomson and Ginette Vincendeau celebrate the Spanish director's classic fantasy film
George Melly and Terry Hands discuss the French writer's examination of power and sleaze.
Hilary French and Deyan Sudjic assess the impact of this world-renowned British architect.
Peter Bogdanovich, David Thompson and Jonathan Rosenbaum discuss Orson Welles.
A film that is a powerful condemnation of war and was banned in Germany.
The book that launched a thousand memories of sponge cakes, discussed by experts.
A portrait of Henry Moore, who became a sculptor after hearing a talk on Michelangelo.
Peter Bogdanovich, David Thomson and Jonathan Rosenbaum discuss Welles' masterpiece.
Penny Spark and Deyan Sudjic reflect on the work of one of the influential architect.
How much of Mark Rothko's troubled life should be read into his work?
Sir David Attenborough, Gail Robinson and Emmanuel Cooper celebrate the work of Lucie Rie.
Gunter Grass's The Tin Drum was published in 1961. It immediately changed German fiction.
David Robinson and writer David Thomson celebrate the film star and his movie machine.
John Russell Taylor and composer Neil Brand celebrate Hitchcock's own favourite movie.
Zinovy Zinik, Sarah Maguire and Tania Litvinova discuss the top Russian poet of her time.
Owen Knowles, Dr Robert Hampson and John Milius discuss the moral ambiguity in this novel.
Norbert Lynton, Irving Sandler and David Ross discuss the wild man of abstract art.
Dejan Sudji assesses the work and philosophy of the great American architect.
The Argentinian book of short stories was published in 1941 and had a deep impact.
La Grande Illusion, banned in Germany, is Renoir's powerful condemnation of war.
A celebration of the photographer who united art and documentary.
'You can hear Barbara breathing in her garden at St. Ives' - the life of the sculptor.
Anton Chekhov and his play The Cherry Orchard are discussed by experts.
Helen Taylor and Davis Dabydeen discuss Toni Morrison and her exceptional novel Beloved.
William Radice and Jatinder Verma discuss the famous poem by one of India's leading icons.
The book that launched many a memory of sponge cakes. Panellists include Alain de Botton.
The 1930s American depression inspired Steinbeck's epic work of protest fiction.
Michele Roberts and Andrew Rothwell discuss one of the great figures of French Modernism.