The acclaimed writer and the influential musician in the tag talk show.
Peter White, blind since birth, meets disabled artist Alison Lapper in this new series.
Mark Lawson talks to Anthony Caro about his work Flats and the art of outdoor sculpture
John Tusa talks to sculptor Sir Anthony Caro about his work.
John Tusa talks to sculptor Anthony Gormley.
The artist assesses how the sculptures have fared after a decade of exposure to the tides
John Wilson speaks to Tuner Prize nominee Hilary Lloyd.
The Turner Prize-winning artist Rachel Whiteread talks to Front Row’s Mark Lawson.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Hepworth Wakefield, Henry Moore Institute & Leeds Art Gallery
Time and Space is at Arnolfini in Bristol until 15 November 2015.
Radio 4 documentary.
Juliet Gardiner profiles Barbara Hepworth, Britain's most successful female sculptor.
Interview with Tate Britain director Penelope Curtis.
The composer and 'non-musician' Brian Eno is interviewed about his music and video work.
John Tusa interviews the British Abstract painter Bridget Riley.
Mark Coles profiles artist Cornelia Parker, 2017's official election artist.
John Wilson, presenter of Radio 4's Front Row, profiles Damien Hirst.
David Bailey and Damien Hirst talk about their collaboration.
James Naughtie profiles the artist who has long been at the forefront of British art.
John Tusa talks to artist David Hockney about his work.
David Hockney embarks on an ambitious new portrait series from his Californian studio.
John Tusa meets British potter Edmund De Waal.
How St Ives abstract artists Terry Frost and Patrick Heron formed an unlikely friendship.
The artist George Shaw prepares for his new exhibition
Artist George Shaw shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley.
John Tusa talks to artists Gilbert and George about their work.
Grayson Perry and his teddy Alan Measles tour Bavaria on a customised motorcycle.
In a room devoid of all light and sound, a guest is left alone to reveal their thoughts.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry.
Can computer games be called art?