Mark Kermode joins Jane Hill to talk about The Post, Coco and The Commuter.
Music agent Emma Banks looks at how the music business finds talent and creates superstars
Amber Butchart looks at a rare portrait of a working man.
How art was used by Henry VIII and Charles I, the great founders of the Royal Collection.
Anjelica Huston tells the story of the life and work of Irish novelist James Joyce.
Mark Kermode reviews Darkest Hour, Mukkabaaz and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Amber Butchart looks at Dutch painter Jan van Eyck's Arnolfini Portrait.
Gabriel Byrne explores the life, works and passions of playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Jason Solomons joins Jane Hill to talk about the week's cinema releases.
Live Aid brings pop generations together and Shakey lands his first Xmas number 1.
Amber Butchart examines the fashion sense of Charles II.
Footage of The Clash's gig at the Roxy in Covent Garden as the year of punk began.
For the first time ever, the full story behind the nation's best-loved song.
Rory Bremner looks back at the life and career of Barry Norman.
Film arguing that Elvis reached his artistic peak in the early years of his Vegas period.
Behind-the-scenes documentary featuring Jonas Kaufmann, one of opera's hottest properties.
JK Rowling reveals the real-life counterparts to her fantastical world.
A look at one of Hollywood's greatest feuds - Bette Davis and Joan Crawford's rivalry.
Film critic Mark Kermode takes a look back at the big releases of the year.
John Travolta, Barry Gibb and Bruno Tonioli star in a celebration of the hit dance movie.
The story of the man whose visionary ideas about myth helped shape the Star Wars cycle.
Contemporary performance of the nativity play quite unlike any other.
Fantastical creatures, carved from copal wood and decorated in detailed paintwork.
How the need for a visual image created a unique blend of Mesoamerican and Catholic faith.
Archive interviews illustrating the life and career of Jane Fonda.
Following the production of a contemporary performance of the nativity unlike any other.
A look back at the life and career of one of Britain's best-loved actors, Sir Roger Moore.
Mark Kermode joins Jane Hill to talk about this week's cinema releases.
Roy Orbison's personal and musical legacy is explained by his three sons.
A clay sculpture originally intended to teach Bible stories to indigenous people.
Alinka Echeverria reveals how artists used their power to create official Mexican history.
The story of Rory McEwen - aristocrat, artist, folk singer and pioneering TV presenter.
Film about the British surrealist artist Leonora Carrington, who ended up in Mexico City.
Mark Kermode gives his unique take Stronger, Human Flow and The Dinner.
Don McLean's album American Pie is crowned by its titular overture and the song Vincent.
In mid-1950s America, out of the Deep South came a new rhythm-driven fusion music.