Art and Artists
Tim Westwood's 1987 film showcases young rappers, DJs and graffiti artists in London.
Pop artist Peter Blake's fascination with masked wrestler Kendo Nagasaki. (1992)
Robert Hughes talks to leading pop artists in New York. (1969)
Monitor meets artist Joe Tilson, who gains inspiration from the modern world. (1964)
Modern artists using new methods of producing art and sculpture are seen at work. (1969)
Humphrey Burton reports on the arts in New York, from dance to graffiti. (1976)
Molly Parkin reveals some of the lessons she has learnt after a life of excess. (1996)
Lucian Freud talks for the first time about his work and ambitions. (1988)
Maggi Hambling compares her life-drawing sessions to a musician practising scales. (1990)
A film study of Francis Bacon's paintings, which have been called sick and corrupt. (1966)
Aubrey Beardsley's drawings still retain their power to amuse and to shock. (1982)
Jasper Conran designs the costumes for Swan Lake. (1995)
John Read shares his memories of the artist he filmed six times over 28 years. (1986)
Germaine Greer interviews pioneer abstract artist Paule Vézelay. (1984)
Profile of John Hoyland, seen by many as England's finest abstract painter. (1979)
Peter Ustinov examines the early career of Russian impresario Diaghilev. (1968)
A look at how Cornish landscapes have influenced sculptor Barbara Hepworth's work. (1961)
Malcolm Muggeridge interviews Spanish surrealist artist, Salvador Dali. (1955)
The story of Augustus John and his sister Gwen. (1975)
Andrew Graham-Dixon considers the work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. (2003)
A focus on abstract artists, including William Hayter and Patrick Heron.
Alan Yentob meets Anish Kapoor, one of Britain's most accomplished and popular sculptors.
Ken Russell's film on the Young British Artists of the Pop Art movement. (1962)
Huw Wheldon attempts to uncover the motivation behind Henry Moore's art in 1960.