An interview with Jamaican dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson, 2020 PEN Pinter Prize winner.
John Tusa talks to sculptor Anthony Gormley.
The artist assesses how the sculptures have fared after a decade of exposure to the tides
The artist, Yinka Shonibare, talks to Elsie Owusu about his ambitious Nigerian project.
Ben Enwonwu at work in a sculpture studio
Bernardine Evaristo is the first black British woman to win the Booker Prize.
Bernardine Evaristo discusses her Booker Prize-winner Girl, Woman, Other with listeners.
John Tusa interviews the British Abstract painter Bridget Riley.
We explore the life and career of British artist Bridget Riley.
Double bass player Chi-chi Nwanoku meets the artist Yinka Shonibare in his studio.
John Wilson, presenter of Radio 4's Front Row, profiles Damien Hirst.
With playwright Moira Buffini.
David Bailey and Damien Hirst talk about their collaboration.
David Hockney discusses Painting & Photography as a new exhibition of his work opens.
Benjamin Zephaniah reassesses dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson's 1978 debut album.
Damon Albarn on making new musical wonder.land
Musician Damon Albarn on a dramatic moment whilst recording with soul star Bobby Womack.
Felicity Evans follows the Pembrokeshire footsteps of abstract artist Graham Sutherland.
Comic book legend Grant Morrison talks to musical comedy genius Neil Innes.
Libyan writer Hisham Matar talks to James Naughtie about his novel In the Country of Men.
James Blake tells Front Row that being unhappy helped him write his best music.
James Blake talks to John Wilson about the 1979 film Stalker by Russian director Tarkovsky
Michael Berkeley's guest is crime novelist, poet and jazz enthusiast John Harvey.
Rosie Goldsmith profiles Louise Casey, the first Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses.
Lenny Henry charts the breakthrough of a suite of powerful new voices in the 1990s.
Public relations expert Mark Borkowski discusses the life of the Sex Pistols' manager.
Marc Riley raids the BBC archive for interviews with Malcolm McLaren and John Lydon.
Paul Gorman assesses the exceptional achievement of Malcolm McLaren, who died 10 years ago
Mark Wallinger reimagines how broadcast space might be used for the Open arts initiative.
Artist Mark Wallinger talks about his solo exhibition