Novice crafters master the art of hooky rugmaking and traditional letterpress.
Exploring the history of dolls' houses from early examples to modern incarnations.
Alastair unpicks the reasons behind the revolution that gave birth to classical Greek art.
Alan Yentob talks to Andrew Lloyd Webber about his new autobiography.
Dance choreographed by Wayne McGregor and others, from the National Gallery, London.
Jason Solomons joins Jane Hill to talk about this week's cinema releases.
The story of Irish rock through the different musical traditions of Belfast and Dublin.
Simon Schama explores one of our deepest artistic urges - the depiction of nature.
Exploring the mythic afterlife of the 18th-century poet Thomas Chatterton.
Profile of Ken Dodd, one of Britain's most enduring variety entertainers.
Professor Mary Beard explores images of the human body in ancient art.
Mark D'Arcy talks to author Nicholas Shakespeare about his book on Churchill.
Mark Kermode joins Ben Brown for a look at the latest cinema and DVD releases.
Charles Hazlewood meets the genre's superstars, Philip Glass and Steve Reich.
Delve into the world of Philip Pullman and explore the author's own dark materials.
UB40 recount their phenomenal rise to fame, featuring newly filmed interviews.
Mark Kermode and Jane Hill review Red Sparrow, A Fantastic Woman and Game Night.
Charles Hazlewood explores the work of composers La Monte Young and Terry Riley.
A look at the formative role art and imagination have played in the forging of humanity.
In-depth profile of the chameleon-like singer-songwriter Elvis Costello.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Professor Joyce Marie Mushaben about Madam Chancellor.
The story of the international musical collective created by legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
Interviews, archive footage and performances celebrating the songs of Bert Jansch.
Mark Kermode gives his take on the best and worst of the week's film and DVD releases.
Profile of the BBC's first flagship live music programme, The Old Grey Whistle Test.
JK Rowling reveals the real-life counterparts to her fantastical world.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Jane Robinson about her latest book.
Writer and hip-hop artist Akala explores the world of Homer and the Odyssey.
Alan Yentob and Mel Brooks embark on an unpredictable journey through the city of stars.
Jason Solomons and Jane Hill review the week's film and DVD releases.
Alastair Sooke celebrates the protean genius of artist Robert Rauschenberg.
Charles I's incredible art collection is reunited for the first time since his execution.
Mark Kermode joins Jane Hill to talk about Black Panther, Pad Man and Fifty Shades Freed.
Amber Butchart looks at the fashion sense of Marie Antoinette.
The story behind a collecting craze that began in Renaissance Europe.
How art was used to steady the ship of British monarchy through an uncertain age.