Dorothy Bohm, Edward Burtynsky, Sean Scully, Dada, Elizabeth Price, Edmund de Waal
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Matthew Sweet and guests look at the manifesto celebrating youth, technology and violence.
Will Self, Alexandra Harris, Kevin Le Gendre and Owen Hatherley build up a manifesto.
Rana Mitter looks at Bauhaus in Delhi, Japanese and South African novels, and Mexican art.
An exploration of the cultural and social history of paper.
As a Tate Britain show opens, Shahidha Bari looks at Caribbean post-war writing and art
Writer Philip Hoare, curator Robert Wenley, historian Helen Cowie talk celebrity animals.
Artist Lubna Chowdhary, author Michèle Roberts, art historians James Fox and Kelly Grovier
Rana Mitter talks to Professor Mary Beard, artist Ali Cherri and looks at Hogarth's art.
Tania Kovats describes her sculptures from bleached coral and concrete moulded wetsuits.
Poet Pascale Petit, photographer Jasper Goodall, Alexandra Harris, composer Sally Beamish.
From fake flowers carved by Grinling Gibbons to modern craft and internet images.
Art historian Martin Kemp and painter Emma Safe, parallels with Proust and a Dante website
Anne McElvoy talks to the directors at London's National Gallery, Yale and New York's Met.
Matthew Sweet looks at the connections between the arts and coal mining communities.
Rana Mitter and guests explore the art and culture of Iran, and why people abandon cities.
Owen Hatherley, Emily MacGregor and Paul Greenhalgh go back to the future.
Shahidha Bari and guests look at labour saving devices and revamping the 1950s home.
Eric Parry and Alison Brooks; writers Fiona Mozley and SI Martin and pianist Belle Chen.
The role of masks in African traditions, Greek tragedy and Covid conspiracies
Jennifer Higgie, Adjoa Osei, Veronica Ryan, and Lydia Yee talk to Shahidha Bari.
A project to reimagine the Dada arts movement now, and reflections on satire and nonsense.
Olivia Laing, Charlie Porter and Ekow Eshun join Shahidha Bari.
Matthew Sweet questions the critic's role while Vid Simoniti looks at algorithms and art.
Lisa Mullen, Caroline Frost and historian & podcast host Greg Jenner join Matthew Sweet.