How the artist Archibald Motley Jr captured the politics of skin tone in Jazz Age Chicago.
Simon Heffer explores the tragic life of Stanley Bate, enigma of English music.
Regan Hutchins tells the story of bohemian Dublin in World War II.
Painter Caroline Walker explores the life of Italian artist Artemisia Gentileschi.
Glitter and Villainy: Camp performance and dressing to kill.
Ken Hollings assesses the legacy of the American electronic music pioneer Raymond Scott.
Challenging the legacy of composer and racist ideologue John Powell (1882-1963).
The unknown tale of cold war communist Poland's unlikely love affair with electronic music
How theatre challenged the East German government - but was swept aside as communism fell.
Carlo Gebler on the role of the arts in healing and reconciliation in Northern Ireland.