Nikolaus Pevsner considers the 'Englishness' of the artist William Hogarth.
Nikolaus Pevsner: The Englishness of English Art: 1955
Hogarth and Observed Life
Reynolds and Detachment
Nikolaus Pevsner examines the contradiction at the heart of Sir Joshua Reynolds' work.
Nikolaus Pevsner examines 'the most English creation in architecture'.
Blake and the Planing Line
Nikolaus Pevsner places the artist William Blake in the context of an English tradition.
Constable and the Pursuit of Nature
Nikolaus Pevsner examines the flowering of English landscape painting in the 18th century.
Architecture and Planning: The Functional Approach
Nikolaus Pevsner explores how England's town centres have traditionally been planned.
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Nick Ahad with an Alan Ayckbourn special
Nick Ahad chats to Olivier and Tony Award winning playwright and director Alan Ayckbourn.
The Women in the Cutting Room... and Elsewhere
Michael Goldfarb remembers the mise-en-scène filmwork of female editors and directors.
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Anuradha Roy - An Atlas of Impossible Longing
Harriett Gilbert talks to Indian writer Anuradha Roy about her much-loved novel.