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Painter Jadé Fadojutimi on how to start turning an idea into a piece of art.
We'd love to see your 'blind drawings' via #FrontRowGetCreative
We'd love for you to get involved with our #FrontRowGetCreative challenge
See some of the artworks inspired by Sarah Maple's #FrontRowGetCreative challenge
Watch Edmund's video on how to make a palimpsest. Plus some of your beautiful creations.
"I had never seen anything like this – no one had ever seen anything like this"
"It’s more than joy, it’s the impossible power of getting it right"
"I keep thinking of that scene, not just for its joy, but its honesty"
Discussion and debate about this year's shortlist ahead of the prize ceremony at 7pm
We will be holding a book group with each of the six shortlisted authors
The Icelandic pianist’s live lockdown performances from the Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik
Emma gives a live performance of a poem by the former Scottish Makar, Liz Lochhead
Authors Nikita Lalwani and Owen Sheers have some advice for budding writers.
Molly O'Cathain is using her parents as props to reproduce famous images at home.
What did Dame Judi reveal in her Front Row interview?
An exploration of risk in the arts.
The top 10 riskiest works of the 21st Century.
The biggest risks taken by artists and arts practitioners.
How Anita Lasker-Wallfisch survived the Holocaust by playing the cello
Kojo Samuel – the man behind Stormzy's Glastonbury headline set – explains.
Experts select the best LGBT literature from the five decades since the Stonewall riots.
LGBTQ guests champion queer artworks which are special to them.
What did the natural history broadcaster tell Stig Abell?
On the occasion of her 80th birthday, the Australian intellectual spoke to Samira Ahmed.
A season discovering where artists find inspiration and helping listeners get creative.
The best of British culture live and on demand.
Join Mary Beard and guests for live and late debate on Friday evenings on BBC Two.
We'd love for you to get involved with our #FrontRowGetCreative challenge.
Dame Sarah Connolly discusses the challenges of performing in Wagner's Ring cycle.
Jessie explains her 'blind drawing' challenge