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.
Mark Kermode joins Julian Worricker to look at Detroit, Logan Lucky and American Made.
Richard Clay asks if utopia is ultimately, a state of mind. Can we find utopia within?
Edmund Capon explores how, from the 1960s onwards, Australia and its art went global.
Jason Solomons joins Jane Hill for a look at the week's cinema releases.
Documentary celebrating Carl Andre's artwork that became a cause celebre in 1976.
Comedy legend Brian Conley journeys through the fantastic world of television.
Richard Clay asks why utopian visions for living so often fail.
Kate Garraway joins Brian Conley to talk about the TV that helped to shape her.
James King looks at this week's releases, including Atomic Blonde, A Ghost Story and Step.
Rachel Khoo channels her inner Jilly Goolden when Brian gives her a wine-tasting test.
Richard Arnold joins Brian Conley on the sofa to talk about the TV that shaped him.
Anita Dobson and Brian take to the floor to show off their own dancing skills.
Journalist and activist Jane Jacobs's fight to save historic New York architecture.
Janina Ramirez and John Bailey explore the origins of the English landscape movement.
Amanda Abbington reveals which long-running classic sitcom had her howling with laughter.
Richard Clay asks if utopian blueprints for fairer worlds can inspire real change.
Kirsty Wark talks about the people who inspired her, including the late, great Robin Day.
Three Scottish artists paint Billy Connolly in celebration of his 75th birthday.
Paul Martin joins Brian to look back at the TV that helped make him the star he is today.
Mark Kermode gives his take on the best and worst of the week's film and DVD releases.
This episode examines the 1980s, the decade where image became everything.
The '60s saw The Small Faces, Cilla Black, The Beatles and The Stones all embrace fashion.
Richard Ridings discusses his early love of physical comedy in the shape of Harry Worth.
Objects include a controversial schoolbook, naval discharge papers and a pair of boots.
Myleene Klass talks openly about her first big break in television.