Tom talks to Sir Kenneth Grange about his ideas on designing furniture for older people.
A fun exploration of lateral thinking, fifty years after Edward de Bono coined the term.
A feature in which artists give insight into their creative process.
Sarah Dunant looks through history to understand apparently irrational behaviour.
Ellen Mara De Wachter explores the insights offered by collaborative art or "co-art".
How has technology changed the way we come up with ideas?
Mariella Frostrup asks if we are bringing up children creative enough for the future.
How can we nurture critical thinking skills in children and young people?
Steph McGovern explores the design on display at the Great Exhibition of the North.
How important is beauty in design? Bridget Kendall and guests discuss.
When our cities, our homes or our bodies suffer damage, how can design help?
Shumi Bose examines the qualities we consider to be most desirable in design.
Shumi Bose explores how design can help us explore and express our sense of identity.
Architectural writer Shumi Bose explores whether we can trust what we see.
Tom Dyckhoff explores the history and the practice of design in protest.
As technology has improved how has it enabled artists to create new kinds of work?
Tom Dyckhoff considers the digital future of design.
The risks and rewards of stage performance. Narrated by the actor Noma Dumezweni.
Writer Gerard Darby argues that creativity is just as vital as science in education.
Nikolaus Pevsner considers the 'Englishness' of the artist William Hogarth.
Matthew Sweet asks what justifies our belief the sun will rise tomorrow.
Jasper Fforde asks whether humans have reached the limit of creative thought.
Tom Dyckhoff examines how the design of the built environment can influence who we are.
Tom Dyckhoff looks at the design of dolls and how we represent ourselves.
Can anyone be a creative genius? Ian Peacock investigates.
Actress Cherylee Houston explores the link between pain and creativity.
Melvyn Bragg examines the role of British thinkers in the 18th century Enlightenment.
Melvyn Bragg examines the emergence and impact of the Scottish Enlightenment.
As nature disappears, are we losing what has inspired our creativity for generations?
Willy Russell who has been asked to pick the word for Front Row’s 2014 Neon Artwork.