- Kelly Jones - Culture Cafe Clip Duration: 10:30 19/02/2013
- David Hayman and Burns - Culture Cafe Clip Duration: 10:20 22/01/2013
- Robert Rowland Smith - Culture Cafe Clip Duration: 07:41 04/12/2012
- Matthew Hebert - Culture Cafe Clip Duration: 08:46 06/11/2012
- Glasgow Girls - Culture Cafe Clip Duration: 12:36 06/11/2012
- Teresa Margolles - Culture Cafe Clip Duration: 07:23
Clare English chooses her Cafe Highlights
Clare writes on the BBC Radio Scotland blog about her weekly Culture Cafe and Book Cafe highlights. You can also hear clips from the shows.Read more from Clare
The Culture Zone
For more Scottish culture and to find out about other Zones offered by BBC Radio Scotland, click the link below:The Zones
The Book Café
Join Clare English for a feast of books and all things literary.The Book Café Programme Page
The Kitchen Café
Celebrating the sheer joy of all things foodie - let the Kitchen Café team and some of Scotland's top chefs inspire you to start cooking up a storm in your own kitchen. Yum!The Kitchen Café Programme Page
The Movie Café
All the the latest film and DVD news and interviews.The Movie Café Programme Page
The Comedy Café
Janice Forsyth taps into the funny business in Scotland and worldwide with all that's new in comedy on radio, TV, the movies, DVD, books, online and live performances.The Comedy Café Programme Page
BBC Modern Masters
Modern Masters is a four-part television series detailing the life and work of four giants of 20th century art: Henri Matisse; Pablo Picasso; Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol. During the course of the series, presenter and journalist, Alastair Sooke, explores why these artists are considered so important and examines how their influence can still be seen in our world today.BBC Modern Masters Website
A website accompanies the series and features a virtual exhibition of the modern masters, curated by Sooke, plus ten specially authored Art Walks in cities across Britain, providing an opportunity to see art, sculpture and architecture influenced by these masters first hand.
Night Waves, on BBC Radio 3
BBC Radio 3's arts and ideas programme, Night Waves, is hosting a special edition from the Scottish National Portrait Gallery on 7th May.
Philip Dodd is joined by writer Ian Rankin, artist Alison Watt, whose self-portrait now hangs at the gallery, the poet and critic Robert Crawford, and John Leighton, Director General of the National Galleries of Scotland, to examine the nature of portraiture and the cultural tensions created when capturing a likeness through figurative and abstract painting, poetry and literature.
You can hear the programme at 10pm on Monday, BBC Radio 3.