Adam Rutherford and Francine Stock return in a new edition of the film and science special
Ben Folds talks about the parallels between photography and songwriting.
Adil Ray looks at life through the camera lens of an urban explorer.
Buses, a decline and boom.
Caz Graham meets farmer and award-winning photographer Amy Bateman.
Professional listeners reveal how there is far more to listening than hearing.
Four professional listeners reveal how they use sounds as indicators of health and quality
Emma Dabiri meets three exciting, emerging photographers.
Sheila Dillon asks why food has become such a popular subject for film-makers.
Michael Rosen and Laura Wright talk to Rob Eastaway about imperial and metric measurements
David Bailey tells the stories behind his photographs that have defined the last 60 years.
Two Welsh artists try to better understand autism with an imaginative new project
The film producer on making `Four Kids and It' starring Russell Brand
The film producer on the making of 'Four Kids and It' starring Russell Brand
The dramatic account of a kidnap in Syria and the escape, by Jack Hill of the Times.
Matthew Sweet looks at why mainstream cinema and existentialism seem so fond of each other
Martin Parr gives his tips for photographers.
Following photographer Matthew Finn still documenting his mother's life after 3 decades.
Sir David Cannadine explores the changing image of Neville Chamberlain's umbrella.
Nick Danziger travels to Uganda to find three orphan sisters he photographed in 2005.
The acclaimed Ghanaian photographer prepares for his new exhibition
On his new show, Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers
Josie Long presents new short documentaries inspired by images.
Mike Goldwater in Rwanda, 17 years after the genocide.
Film director and screenwriter Sally El Hosaini meets the writer Iain Sinclair.
'How far up can a helium balloon go? Could it go out to space?' asks Juliet Gok, aged 9.
David Bailey talks about how he got started and the portraiture that shot him to fame.
The story of Louis Pasteur's development of the anti-rabies vaccine in 1885.
Adil Ray sees Cornwall through the lens of local paper photographer Emily-Whitfield Wicks.
How the photographers of South West News Service covered the Somerset floods.