John Tusa talks to sculptor Anthony Gormley.
The artist assesses how the sculptures have fared after a decade of exposure to the tides
The Turner Prize-winning artist Rachel Whiteread talks to Front Row’s Mark Lawson.
interviewed by Mark Lawson on Front Row
Michael Berkeley meets artist Christopher Le Brun at the Royal Academy summer exhibition.
Front Row’s 2009 interview with David Storey
David Temple has an imagined conversation with his late brother-in-law Derek Jarman.
Restaurateur Antonio Carluccio nominates the Scottish artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi.
John Wilson talks to artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi in an interview from 2000.
Iwona Blazwick on the visionary overlooked British surrealist Eileen Agar.
Fiona Shaw explores the life and work of Irish-born designer and architect Eileen Gray.
Historian and broadcaster Dan Cruickshank goes off the beaten track in London.
How St Ives abstract artists Terry Frost and Patrick Heron formed an unlikely friendship.
Richard Ingrams nominates author and journalist GK Chesterton for regularly being right.
Humphrey Carpenter talks to Richard Ingrams and Prof Denis Conlon.
from the BBC Sound Archive
Hans Ulrich Obrist on the overlooked Sudanese modernist painter Ibrahim El-Salahi.
Artist Jenny Saville talks to Mark Lawson about painting flesh for her latest show.
Artist Katie Paterson discusses her fascination with capturing time, distance, and space
Artist Mona Hatoum talks about her work ahead of an exhibition at Tate Modern
John Tusa talks to artist Mona Hatoum about her work.
Poet Kate Tempest with a portrait of the Kent beach where film-maker Derek Jarman lived.
From the Today Programme
Artist Patrick Heron talking to the BBC in 1971 about Matisse’s use of colour
John Tusa talks to Paula Rego about her work.
The Chair of Arts Council England talks to John Wilson
Michael Berkeley's guest is the artist Phyllida Barlow.
Maggi Hambling tells Michael Berkeley how Britten has inspired her painting and sculpture.
John Tusa meets the Turner prize-winning sculptor, Rachel Whiteread.
Marks Coles profiles the author and illustrator Raymond Briggs.