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Art critic Alastair Sooke heads to the new Leonardo da Vinci exhibition in Edinburgh.
Tom Dyckhoff explores the biggest public library in Europe, opening in Birmingham.
Alastair Sooke meets portrait artist Jonathan Yeo.
Paul Mason discovers the origin of the Northern Soul music scene.
Jon Ronson talks to Malcolm Gladwell about his latest work.
A portrait of the famous ballet dancer Sylvie Guillem as she faces a future after dance.
A look at the London Film Festival and the real life stories behind some of the films.
Exploring the ancient art of Chinese painting.
A review of the six shortlisted books for Britain's most prestigious award for nonfiction.
James Runcie examines how some writers found inspiration in the danger of the Blitz.
Lady Gaga meets Miranda Sawyer for an exclusive interview.
Alan Yentob asks fashion designer Paul Smith to choose objects which sum up his life.
Clemency Burton-Hill with a profile of the Royal Court's first female artistic director.
Nick Laird explores the historic walled city of Derry Londonderry.
An evaluation of the contribution on Lego to architecture, and its continuing influence.
Following Damon Albarn as he prepares to present his first solo album to the world.
Mark Kermode uncovers missing gems deserving of his coveted golden gong.
An portrait of Henri Matisse, one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century.
Author and columnist Tony Parsons examines the ancient art of boxing.
Morgan Quaintance speaks to Savion Glover about his life, work and art.