The best of arts and culture from the BBC
A collection showcasing exciting new voices from across the UK
Were Bill Murray’s whispered words to Scarlett Johansson in Lost in Translation influenced by a classic Italian film?
Selections include a dark comic anti-war story, a collection of demented visions and an iconic 19th Century novel
Their favourite books include a love triangle, a legendary boxing match, and two very different families
Book choices include an unconventional love story, a real-life spy thriller, and a new take on a fictional secret agent
How Peter Jackson combined classic and cutting-edge techniques to craft his adaptation of Tolkien's epic fantasy trilogy
How a working-class boy from Bristol became one of the biggest stars in Hollywood
Catch up on the ceremony from Coventry Cathedral where the winner of the prestigious contemporary art prize was revealed
Conversations with leading figures from the arts world including Bernardine Evaristo and Sir Kenneth Branagh
Ellen E Jones and Mark Kermode guide us through the hidden gems on TV, cinema, streaming and beyond
Elizabeth Alker presents live music and poetry readings from the Trades Club in Hebden Bridge
Artist and activist Georgia Tucker uses virtual reality to show viewers worlds that are both alien and familiar
The Sonosynthesiser explores how forgotten sound recordings can be embedded in physical space
Visualising the Covid-19 pandemic through the eyes of Signkid, a deaf-rapper.
Three strangers sharing a small flat encounter big problems in this animated adaptation.
Seven questions for British-Nigerian painter Tunji Adeniyi-Jones
Collaborating with The National Archives and IWM, the BFI showcase the eclectic range of work produced by the department