Quantic discusses how his surroundings affect his creativity, particularly Brooklyn Read more
Quantic: Place and Creating
Quantic discusses how his surroundings affect his creativity, particularly Brooklyn
Kim Gordon: Art and Music
Kim Gordon talks about making both art and music
Lady Bantam: Female Sound Systems
Lady Bantam created the first UK all-female sound system in 1985
Chief Xcel: The Roots of Blackalicious
DJ Chief Xcel of hip-hop duo Blackalicious on his relationship with Gift of the Gab
Prom 64: These Are The Breaks
The Heritage Orchestra Bring The B-Boys To The Proms
Battles: New York City
Experimental rockers Battles discuss making records in NYC
Salami Rose Joe Louis: Science Fiction
US based musician and producer Salami Rose Joe Louis on her love of science
Jenny Hval: The Practice Of Love
Norwegian experimental songwriter and novelist on the 80s film that inspired her album
Use Hearing Protection: Factory Records
Use Hearing Protection celebrates 40 years of influential label Factory Records
Dr Julia Jones: Music And Wellbeing
Exploring Dr Julia Jones work and BBC Music Day's Music and Dementia initiative
Sabrina Mahfouz: Slow Readers Book Club
From Blue Peter & Danielle Steele to The Royal Society of Literature
DJ Shadow: Light in the Darkness
DJ and record collector DJ Shadow on interpreting the world around him through his music.
Robert Luis: Tru Thoughts
Tru Thoughts label founder talks about the label as they celebrate their 20th anniversary
Michael Bradley's Friday night round-up of the best local art and culture.
Scooby Doo at 50, Poetry in endangered languages, Composer Judith Weir
Scooby Doo is 50 and, Stig Abell discovers, of considerable cultural significance.
TV Comedian Dave Gorman, Blackbeard’s Tea Party & Isaac Broadbent from York's Mansion House
Ionica Adriana dives into the feast of arts and culture on offer in North Yorkshire.
Ian McMillan and guests, including novelist Jill Dawson on molluscs, slime and writing.
Steven Pinker and Picasso
30 of the world's sharpest minds choose a work from MoMA's collection; how do they see it?