Irish literary critic Denis Donoghue explores societies' need to over analyse art.
Michael Rosen and Andrew Graham-Dixon on the naming of art movements and what it tells us.
With so many species and habitats under threat, how do we decide what to conserve?
Neil MacGregor focuses on images with a purpose - to change the viewer's behaviour.
Grayson Perry analyses the complex process of judging quality in contemporary art.
In the first of a new series, Monty Don asks whether we should keep conservation secrets.
World-renowned iconographer Aidan Hart paints an icon for Advent.
Iconographer Aidan Hart puts the finishing touches to his icon.
Iconographer Aidan Hart explains the strange perspectives of the icon.
Tiffany Jenkins argues that we need more judgement about quality in art, culture and life.
Robert Beckford in conversation with guests about what makes a sacred space.
Aidan Hart explains how to use paint to create divine light.
To mark 100 years since women got the vote we look at suffrage art.
Aidan Hart explains the significance of colour as he paints an icon.
Denis Donoghue evaluates the destruction of raw art by interpretation.
Diarmaid MacCulloch tells the story of iconoclasm during the English Reformation.
Sir Frank Fraser Darling considers the art of conservation.
Nikolaus Pevsner explores the English national character as expressed in terms of art.
Tim Marlow looks at how the BBC TV series Ways of Seeing shook up the art world.
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