We hear from artists who are speaking out against environmental damage and climate change
Art Against Climate Change
Finding Freedom Through Art
We meet the artists expressing what it means to be free.
The Art of Artificial Intelligence
What does AI mean for the creative arts?
World War One: The Art of Remembrance
We explore how writers, poets and artists remember the legacy of World War One
When Pop Music gets Political
Political voices from the world of pop music.
Meet Dimash, Central Asia’s Biggest Pop Star
We meet pioneering artists who are changing the cultural landscape in their countries
A Cultural View of Bolsonaro’s Brazil
Now the vote is over, what comes next for writers, musicians and artists in Brazil?
Writing Dystopia Now
From Nigeria to Pakistan we speak to leading authors writing dystopian literature today
A Poet's Guide to Lagos
A megacity seen through the eyes of a new generation of poets
The Art of the Gift
Celebrating the power and the meaning of gifts in culture, in politics and in life.
The Cultural Frontline Presents: Lurker
Natalie Mackinnon’s new drama Lurker shows how social media fandom can become obsession
Art from the Anthropocene
How artists are responding to the footprint humans are leaving on the planet
The Art of Storytelling
How do you tell a great story through music, film, theatre and poetry?
My Art and My Mental Health
We speak to creative minds about their mental health and their art
Murder, Mystery and the Perfect Crime Story
We explore the art of crime storytelling in fact and in fiction, from Lagos to Copenhagen
Restitution and Art: What Does it Mean to Return?
Should museums return art and artefacts to their country of origin?
The clash between Tunisian artists preserving cultural heritage and those rewriting it
Hong Kong's Foo Tak Building
The Foo Tak building is home to underground, experimental arts and civil society groups
Iran Through the Eyes of its Artists
Forty years after the 1979 Iranian Revolution, how has Iran changed culturally?
How to find the funny side of Brexit
We hear from writers, comedians and musicians about the culture of a changing Europe
Artist stories for rebel girls
To mark International Women’s Day, we celebrate female artists fighting for equality
Songs for change
We speak to musicians from across the world telling stories through song
Level up: How video games are changing society
We meet gamers, designers and artists creating a positive social change through gaming
Arabic cinema's fearless female film-makers
The power of women’s stories in Arabic cinema and the challenges in telling their stories
A passion for dance
How dance can change lives and the societies we live in
Art breaking barriers
Lessons from artists, writers and directors using art to bridge divides and involve all
Notre-Dame and the art that changes us
We reflect on the power of art and culture to change the way we see the world
Indonesia through the eyes of its artists
We hear from the comedians, writers and artists shaping Indonesia's cultural future
Meet theatre’s bold change-makers
We meet the writers, actors and performers who are changing the face of theatre
Can podcasts change the world?
How are podcasts changing the stories we tell and what we learn about our world?
My art, my gender identity and me
We talk to artists and cultural voices from around the world about their gender identity
Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet, Little Steven, Judith Kerr
John visits rehearsals for Matthew Bourne's new dance work, Romeo and Juliet
From the centre of UK's City of Culture for 2021, find out what's on and keep up-to-date.
Meet the Swindon musician who's song "Halo" has been viewed over 8 million times online.
Get involved in Shropshire's arts, culture and community events with inspiration you need.
2019 Wolfson History Prize Discussion
Rana Mitter and the six shortlisted historians with an audience at the British Academy.