Dorothy Bohm, Edward Burtynsky, Sean Scully, Dada, Elizabeth Price, Edmund de Waal
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Museum directors from Asia and France join Anne McElvoy and an audience at RIBA.
Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Michael Govan talks art with Philip Dodd.
Rana Mitter talks to Jason Webster, Ed Morales, Iain Sinclair and Iwona Blazwick.
The art of Cindy Sherman plus art critic Laura Cumming on the days her mother disappeared.
Anne McElvoy watches George Clooney in Catch-22 on TV and looks at recycling fashion.
Artist, archaeologists, a writer and a historian of the face make the invisible visible.
The cultural contribution of Muslim women, and Rana Mitter talks to artist John Keane.
Rana Mitter discusses writing on art from da Vinci and Rembrandt to Louise Bourgeois.
The walking and photographs of WG Sebald and an exhibition of money and Jewish history.
Laurence Scott and Will Self talk about redundant features in design.
With Hew Locke, Suzannah Lipscomb, Aanchal Malhotra and Anindya Raychaudhuri.
Philip Dodd goes to David Bailey's studio and talks to Don McCullin about his Tate show.
Writing about the Holocaust and the shock of Modernism in 1930s Britain.
Ways of Seeing with Michael Craig Martin, Aura Satz, Kelly Grovier & Daniel Glaser.
Including a report from the London Design Biennale and film historian Peter Biskind.
Beauty from the Renaissance to the present.
Landscape in motion plus how mountain climbing inspired a physicist and photographers.
Shahidha Bari looks at Enid Marx, Rennie Mackintosh and Edward Bawden and visits the V&A.
The photographs of Mika Ninagawa and the new novel from Hideo Yokoyama, with Anne McElvoy.
Anne McElvoy meets artist Mark Dion and biologist Menno Schilthuizen.
Craig Brown, Afua Hirsch, Joe Moshenska and Philip Dodd discuss Charles I's art.
The Vietnam War, poetry and flash photography with Ken Burns, Sasha Dugdale and Kate Flint
Niall Ferguson argues for a less hierarchical history. Degas' images of the human body.
Art and irony - Philip Dodd and Joanna Kavenna on the Kathe Kollwitz show in Birmingham.