Interviews and features to celebrate the craft of listeners and craft practitioners
Get full details of this prestigious prize, how to enter and meet the judges.
The clay artist on her winning piece and why she designed it to disintegrate.
We get up close and personal with the Woman's Hour Craft Prize's finalists.
The ceramist joins Jane in the studio to discuss her self-eroding creations.
The artist and jeweller joins Jenni in the studio.
From jeweller to making custom bikes, our producer joins the finalist in her workshop.
Celia is a textile artist who specialises in darning
Laura Youngson Coll makes intricate sculptures inspired by nature.
Jac Philamore met Andrea Walsh in her studio in Edinburgh
Peter Marigold is a designer, maker, entrepreneur and inventor of Formcard
Neil Brownsword and Rita Floyd talk to Caz Graham about their ceramic work.
Alison Britton, celebrated ceramicist talks to Jenni Murray
Jeweller Romilly Saumarez Smith and assistant Lucie Gledhill discusses her work.
Emma Woffenden is one of our 12 finalists in the Woman's Hour Craft Prize
Laura Ellen Bacon is one of our 12 Woman's Hour Craft Prize finalists
A new exhibition explores craft through the practices of women in south-east Asia.
The 12 finalists who will show at the Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition is announced.
Emma Barnett explores our passion for craft, meeting some makers and business people.
We look at 'other', one of the seven disciplines applications were submitted under.
We look at wood & furniture, one of seven disciplines of the applications submitted under
New research has found many traditional craft skills in the UK are close to extinction.
We look at metal, one of the seven disciplines the applications come under.
We look at textiles, one of the seven disciplines applications come under.
How to make making things fun for the kids and how you can avoid a headache-inducing mess
We take a look at jewellery, one of seven disciplines the applications come under.