The creative response of Puerto Rican artists to Hurricane Maria and economic crisis. Read more
The creative response of Puerto Rican artists to Hurricane Maria and economic crisis.
Gabriel Ebulue investigates a deadly karaoke curse concerning Frank Sinatra’s My Way.
Art Surgery: Anxiety
Elizabeth Alker and Nikesh Shukla explore art and anxiety.
Istanbul's Factory of Tears
In Istanbul, Isobel Finkel explores the kitsch, melancholy, forbidden music of Arabesk.
Music of the Kaka'i
Hear the secret, ancient music the Kaka’i people of Iraq risk their lives to play.
Exploring migraine and creativity through a specially commissioned musical score.
Psychotherapist Philippa Perry asks what our hands reveal about ourselves and our world.
An Orchestra of the Rainforest
Music and trouble, in the Brazilian rain forest - a race against time for the Wauja tribe.
Batter! Batter! Boom!
How are some of Scotland’s newest noise-makers discovering the joys of sound art?
Can art help us unpack our emotions about body hair? Keisha Thompson investigates.
Jeremy Deller’s Peterloo
An in-depth look at Jeremy Deller's new People's Monument to the Peterloo Massacre.
Tin Roof Symphony
Take shelter from the storm, as rain comes down on the humble tin roof.
DJ Huw Stephens looks at the rise of Welsh-language pop music.
The World in Their Hands
In a London studio, the ancient craft of globemaking finds a modern spin.
The art world is awash with corporate money and brand partnerships. Should we be worried?
Artist Stuart Semple on unwelcoming street design meant to deter anti-social behaviour.
Brazilian Art Under Bolsonaro
Brazilian artists and thinkers explore cultural life under a far-right president.
Louise Morris challenges Scandinavia's idyllic image through its radical artists.
Northern Irish artists explore the complex relationship between memory, identity and place
Dhaka artist Dibarah Mahboob explores the flourishing activist art of Bangladesh.
Harlem's New Renaissance
Harlem's New Renaissance - 100 years of culture in Harlem introduced by Darryl Pinckney.
Artists from Rwanda’s diaspora are returning. Dr Zoe Norridge explores why.
Playing Well: Frightened Rabbit
Chris Hawkins examines the life and legacy of Frightened Rabbit's Scott Hutchison
Playing Well: On the Road
Idles, Wolf Alice, She Drew the Gun and Bill Ryder-Jones talk mental health and music
Playing Well: VERY LOUD SCIENCE
The investigation into music and mental health concludes with a surprising experiment
Visually impaired musicians finding ways to flourish in the age of the touch screen.
The Walking Dance
Stories of people with Parkinson's finding balance in the steps of the Argentine tango.
The Tides of the Staithe
Kevin Crossley-Holland reflects on the magic and the menace of the Norfolk tides
The Last Exposure
The end of the dark room - and a glimpse into the colourful world of Garry Fabian-Miller.
The Algorhythms of Epilepsy
The screech of an owl, the howl of a wolf - the sound of epilepsy in the brain as art.
Emma Critchley meets the artists turning smog, landfill and sewage into challenging art.