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Colouring Light: Brian Clarke - An Artist Apart

Colouring Light: Brian Clarke - An Artist Apart

Profile of painter Brian Clarke, one of the world's greatest stained glass artists.

17th Century

1. Alan Titchmarsh's Garden Secrets: 17th Century

Alan visits Hatfield House to examine the famous parterres and the use of perspective.

Glasgow School of Art

11. Climbing Great Buildings: Glasgow School of Art

Jonathan explores the Glasgow School of Art, built by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

St Paul's Cathedral

7. Climbing Great Buildings: St Paul's Cathedral

The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to St Paul's Cathedral in London.

New College, Oxford

4. Climbing Great Buildings: New College, Oxford

Jonathan's journey takes him to New College in Oxford.

Layer Marney Tower

5. Climbing Great Buildings: Layer Marney Tower

The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to Layer Marney Tower in Essex.

Caernarfon Castle

3. Climbing Great Buildings: Caernarfon Castle

The next step of Jonathan's journey takes him to Caernarfon Castle.

Episode 2

2. Baroque! - From St Peter's to St Paul's: Episode 2

Waldemar Januszczak focuses on the route of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.

Norman Conquest

2. Coast: Series 4 Reversions, Norman Conquest

Mark Horton learns how William the Conqueror taught the English how to construct castles.

Episode 1

1. Brick by Brick: Rebuilding Our Past: Episode 1

Following the reconstruction of Claude Grahame-White's watchtower.

Calverton Manor

5. Restoration Home: Series 1, Calverton Manor

Following the restoration of Calverton Manor, a historical building with its own legend.


1. Restoration Home: Series 1, Church

Following the restoration of St Thomas a Becket church.


5. The Country House Revealed: Clandeboye

Featuring Clandeboye House, filled with unique artefacts collected in the Victorian era.

Easton Neston

3. The Country House Revealed: Easton Neston

Dan Cruickshank explores Easton Neston in Northamptonshire, completed in 1702.

Lloyd's Building

14. Climbing Great Buildings: Lloyd's Building

Investigating the high-tech architecture of the Lloyd's Building in the City of London.

Imperial War Museum

15. Climbing Great Buildings: Imperial War Museum

The architecture of Manchester's Imperial War Museum North, designed by Daniel Libeskind.

Coventry Cathedral

13. Climbing Great Buildings: Coventry Cathedral

Jonathan Foyle explores Coventry Cathedral, built in 1955 after the original was bombed.

Liver Building

12. Climbing Great Buildings: Liver Building

Jonathan explores the Liver Building in Liverpool, built from 1908.

St Pancras

10. Climbing Great Buildings: St Pancras

A look at the construction of both St Pancras train terminal and the Midland Hotel.

Blenheim Palace

8. Climbing Great Buildings: Blenheim Palace

The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.

Burghley House

6. Climbing Great Buildings: Burghley House

The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to Burghley House in Lincolnshire.

Lincoln Cathedral

2. Climbing Great Buildings: Lincoln Cathedral

The next step of Jonathan's journey takes him to Lincoln Cathedral, built in 1183.

Casa Del Rio

3. Art Deco Icons: Casa Del Rio

David Heathcote visits Casa Del Rio, an Art Deco fantasy house in rural Devon.

London Transport

2. Art Deco Icons: London Transport

David Heathcote uncovers the controversial story of the London Transport HQ.

The Luxe Experience

1. Glamour's Golden Age: The Luxe Experience

How 1920s and 30s architecture and design created and reflected the spirit of the age.


1. Art Deco Icons: Claridge's

At Claridge's Hotel in Mayfair, David Heathcote enjoys the glamour of the Deco fumoir.