How did three films from 1933 revolutionise the movie musical and bring sex and spectacle to the big screen?
All six shortlisted novelists for the 2019 Booker Prize joined Front Row listeners for special book groups.
Actor Steve Martin finds two "lonely" works by Stanton Macdonald-Wright and Morgan Russell that speak to him
Janna Levin is an expert in black holes. How does she see Van Gogh’s night sky, painted as he battled mental illness?
A bright morning is tainted by the everyday struggles that youth in Britain endure
A challenge of the rules society sets on black femininity, based on a Kadish Morris poem
A personal reflection on how the artist’s mixed-race heritage has shaped her outlook on life
Tearing up cinema for 60 years: youngsters on motorbikes, scooters and bicycles
The ultimate movie in-joke: How a sound effect conquered cinema, appearing in hundreds of films from the '50s to now
A profile of Oliver Jeffers, the massively successful children’s picture book maker.
Emeli Sandé is joined on stage by some of Scotland’s best buskers for this once-in-a-lifetime concert
Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the story of the artist who made millions selling fake Vermeers in Nazi-occupied Holland.
Why are four-hour-long Dungeons and Dragons podcasts so popular?
The Comics Laureate Hannah Berry shares a selection of music that means something to her.
The ideas shaping our lives today - with artists and thinkers in debates and interviews