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Enjoy highlights from our week of special programmes turning the spotlight on visual art.
Sir Peter Blake chooses his Tracks of My Years for Colour on the Radio.
The Breakfast Team invites courtroom artist Priscilla Coleman to sketch the studio.
Richard Allinson speaks to Caroline Campbell and Ashok Roy, curators of Making Colour
Richard paints a vivid picture of his colourful village.
Val describes the generosity of people even in troubled times.
Shazia describes how art makes us human.
Julia tells of her mother's dream of being an artist, growing up in Nazi Germany.
Jeremy visits the National Gallery with a blind person.
Rebecca Pike meets Stephen Deuchar, director of new Art Happens crowdfunding initiative.
British celebrity portrait photographer Cambridge Jones performs the Spoken Word Session.
Whilst visiting South Africa, Shoshana discovers a deeper moral meaning to colour.
Christopher describes how he finds peace at the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square.
Kiera reflects on the importance of “living life in colour”.
Leslie recalls a time when a painting moved him to tears
Malcolm relives his dream of becoming the next David Hockney
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