Francine Stock examines the cultural life of Vienna in 1918.
John Wilson debates arts policy with Ben Bradshaw and his opposition counterparts.
Denis Donoghue analyses how the categorisation of art is destroying its mystery.
Dana Gioia traces developments in Californian poetry since the Beats in the 1950s.
29-year-old artist Amy Gear talks about her creative life living and working on Shetland.
The writer Tom Dyckhoff looks at the life and work of Richard Buckminster Fuller.
Will art survive the technological and social change of the 21st century?
Martha Lane Fox explores how artists collaborate creatively online.
Underwater artists who paint, sculpt and dance beneath the sea.
Paola Antonelli explores the politics in art and design.
Elizabeth Alker and Nikesh Shukla explore art and anxiety.
Irish literary critic Denis Donoghue explores societies' need to over analyse art.
Japanese poets create new work in a location marred by a tragic history.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss what it means to be oneself
Aleks Krotoski asks what it means to be authentic in a digital world full of filters.
Professor Rosie Campbell asks how we can make judgements about politicians' authenticity.
Poet Paul Farley explores how the language of poetry and sports commentary compare.
Grayson Perry questions the often-heard assertion that anything can be art.
We visit the exhibition Big Bang Data at Somerset House
Might explorations of gender in great art of the past help illuminate today's issues?
Might explorations of gender in great art of the past illuminate current gender issues?
Tomiwa Folorunso explores the experience of being a black female artist in Scotland.
Short documentaries and adventures in sound about the body presented by Josie Long.
Art on the US-Mexico Border
Cornelia Parker discusses making art from flattened brass band instruments.
TV producer John Lloyd discusses the life of American architect Richard Buckminster Fuller
The artist's satirical illustrations have made her an Instagram hit
Louise K Wilson asks fellow artists why the Cold War is so creatively inspiring.
Simon Callow charts the emergence of a wave of openly queer artists in the 1950s and 60s.
Dancer Deborah Bull looks at the role dance has played during some of our toughest times.