A look at how the 20th century saw Britons upturning class hierarchies.
The team attempts to prove that cars can be art and Jeremy test-drives the Noble M600.
A focus on abstract artists, including William Hayter and Patrick Heron.
Profile of painter Brian Clarke, one of the world's greatest stained glass artists.
Waldemar Januszczak focuses on the route of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
Alastair Sooke goes behind-the-scenes of the Royal Academy's 244th Summer Exhibition.
Film about the struggle for control of a private art collection valued at more than $25bn.
Andrew Graham-Dixon looks at portraits of the Puritan settlers in Massachusetts.
Documentary about the 17th-century artist William Dobson, court painter to Charles I.
How the Prince Regent was obsessed with opulence, ceremonial bling and great architecture.
Waldemar Januszczak takes a closer look at the last years of Impressionism.
Welsh tenor Wynne Evans with his take on the annual celebration of Welsh arts and culture.
James Fox examines British art in the interwar years.
A picture up for auction is suspected of being stolen. Could it really be a Rembrandt?
How a group of radical painters pioneered a style to make sense of the modern experience.
Mark Lawson talks to the artist Sir Peter Blake about his life and 60-year career.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen uncovers the story behind artist David Inshaw's The Badminton Game
Kathryn Rayward uncovers the hidden art of the Bloomsbury Set in Sussex.
Paul McGann visits Liverpool and Manchester to uncover the North West's World War II art.
Dan Snow retraces the career of Nottingham-born artist Arthur Spooner.
Paintings reveal the extraordinary story of Frederick Duleep Singh.
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate what they believe is an unknown piece by Monet.
Rolf explores the life of Graham Sutherland, who was passionate about Pembrokeshire.
Kim Howells continues his journey through Welsh art with a look at the inter-war years.
Rolf meets Shani Rhys James whose vivid style is influenced by her family history.
Kim Howells explores the dramatic story of Welsh art in the 20th century.
How Russian art was affected by the change from a feudal nation to a hotbed of revolution.
An intimate look at one of Britain's greatest painters, Lucian Freud.