People from across Great Britain air their views on the country they call home.
Gregory explores the sound and work of his favourite vocal showstoppers.
Mark Kermode talks about Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool, Justice League and Mudbound.
A tribute to Hull's craft traditions, profiling artisans whose skills put Hull on the map.
Highlights from the Roman poet Ovid's Metamorphoses, featuring Britain's leading actors.
Michael Wood explores the life and poetry of one of the world's great storytellers - Ovid.
How fantasy novels have big ideas that allow us to see our own world in a surprising way.
Bettany Hughes investigates Venus, goddess of love, discovering her surprising roots.
Andrew Marr investigates detective fiction, and reveals how it works.
Film looking at a momentous period in the history of Russia and the Russian avant-garde.
The Arts Show returns with a special conversation with actor Colm Meaney.
The untold story of the real Dr Zhivago - Boris Pasternak.
James King reviews Call Me by Your Name, Thor: Ragnarok, and Breathe.
Dr James Fox embarks on an open-minded guide to conceptual art for the perplexed.
How composers embraced jazz, pop and rock to bring fresh energy to film scores.
Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the story of David Bomberg, who died in obscurity in Spain.
Erik Satie's radical 1917 ballet as reimagined by National Dance Company Wales.
Forefather of communism Friedrich Engels returns to Manchester as a Soviet-era statue.
JK Rowling reveals the real-life counterparts to her fantastical world.
Lucy visits Paris, where two operas captured the spirit of Bohemianism that swept the city
Lucy visits Venice, where Monteverdi invented modern opera with The Coronation of Poppea.
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the extraordinary art to come out of the dark Norwegian soul.
Interviews and 70s archive, framing The Sex Pistols' last UK concert with Sid Vicious.
Jess Phillips discusses her book Everywoman: One Woman's Truth About Speaking the Truth.
Mark Kermode joins Jane Hill to review the week's cinema releases.
Mark Kermode gives his take on Wild River, Insyriated and It.
Alan Yentob meets musical prodigy Alma Deutscher.
A group of artists launch the first ever Diaspora Pavilion during the Venice Biennale.
James King joins Jane Hill to talk about the week's cinema releases.
Lachlan Goudie explores Britain's industrial landscapes and the artists inspired by them.
Alan Yentob meets acclaimed writer Margaret Atwood in Toronto.
A retrospective look at black actors who have graced cinema screens.
The untold story of Britain's cross-dressing high society painter.
Nina Conti meets fellow comics who are using narrative to push the boundaries of comedy.
Comedy. An exploration of politics under the guise of a girls' night out.
Jack Whitehall celebrates 70 years of one of the greatest arts festivals in the world.