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A selection of programmes relating to photographers and photography.
Roy Plomley's castaway is photojournalist Don McCullin
Sheila Dillon explores the world of commercial food photography.
Presented by Jenni Murray. How to take better photographs of family and friends.
Jane Mingay of the Telegraph covers the 9/11 anniversary in New York.
Queen guitarist Brian May visits a village captured in time by a Victorian photographer.
David Bailey talks about how he got started and the portraiture that shot him to fame.
John McCarthy talks to three professional travel photographers.
Chris Ledgard examines the work of iconic photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.
Sue Lawley's castaway is photojournalist Eve Arnold
How Lewis Whyld captured the Tottenham riots - the fires, the police and the mob.
Adil Ray looks at life through the camera lens of an urban explorer.
Roy Plomley's castaway is photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, The Earl Of Snowdon
David Bailey tells the stories behind his photographs that have defined the last 60 years.
Sue Lawley's castaway is photographer David Bailey
Sue Lawley's castaway is photographer Lucinda Lambton
Ray Connolly reviews a National Portrait Gallery exhibition celebrating the 1960s.
Roy Plomley's castaway is photographer Patrick Lichfield
Adil Ray looks at life through the lens of photography couple Andy and Elle Fallon.
Royal photographer Arthur Edwards is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Adil Ray sees Britain through the magical lens of photographer Tim Walker.
How one press photographer took the royal wedding balcony kiss shot.
John McCarthy and Suzy Klein are joined by photographer Don McCullin.
Adil Ray views a banger race meeting through the lens of photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews.
Adil Ray sees Cornwall through the lens of local paper photographer Emily-Whitfield Wicks.
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