Professor Jason Wilson and Patrick Kane discuss One Hundred Years of Solitude.
Ezra's Cantos are one of 20th century English poetry's greatest achievements.
Christopher Bigsby and director David Thacker discuss Miller's Pulitzer Prize-winner.
A seminal Japanese film of the fifties comes under scrutiny.
Exploration of the impact of the artist's 1953 study after Velazquez's portrait.
The Dutch Artist's abstract work of 1921 discussed by Anna Moszynska and David Batchelor.
The co-founder of the Moscow Art Theatre and director of 'The Three Sisters' is discussed.
A pioneer of the abstract style, Vassily Kandinsky was a hugely influential artist.
Love him or loath him, he has, in a very real sense, put animals in formaldehyde.
Edmund de Waal, Rosemary Hill and Christopher Cook discuss the controversial potter.
Stan Smith and Blake Morrison discuss the importance of the unfashionable poet.
Lynn Garafola, Sir John Drummond and Simon Barnes discuss Nijinsky's choreography.
Patrick Heron, AS Byatt and Jack Flam discuss the significance of the famous 1911 painting
The Graham dancers and Judith Mackrell discuss the 1944 dance.
The film seen as the greatest work of French New Wave cinema is discussed by a panel.
Philip French and Melvyn Bragg reassess the Swedish director's story of a medieval knight.
Thw subject is Chinua Achebe and his capacity to portray corruption while offering hope.
Ray Davison and Oliver Todd discuss the impact of the author's pioneering novel.
David Robinson and David Thomson celebrate Buster Keaton and his movie machine.
Critics discuss the renowned Indian film director's debut.