Programmes / Arts
- Alan Clark
- Alan Davies
- Alan Yentob
- Alexei Sayle
- Andrew Graham-Dixon
- Bill Kenwright
- Chris Patten
- Dan Cruickshank
- David Starkey
- Deborah Davies
- Dr. Janina Ramirez
- Gus Casely-Hayford
- Howard Jacobson
- Janet Street-Porter
- Jon Snow
- Matt Collings
- Matt Frei
- Nick Cook
- Robert Hughes
- Sarah Simblet
- Simon Schama
- Simon Thurley
- Sir Roy Strong
- Terry Jones
- Vic Reeves
A competition like no other: to find the nation’s best amateur theatre group and place them on the West End stage. With the help of their mentors - Martin Shaw, Richard Wilson, Harriet Walter, Niamh Cusack, Roger Allam, Paterson Joseph, Jill Halfpenny and Julie Graham – the groups must give the p...
As three of Titian's greatest masterpieces are shown together for the first time at the National Gallery, Imagine... goes behind the scenes of a unique collaboration with the Royal Ballet. Alan Yentob meets the all-star creative team who are transforming mythological paintings of the goddess...
A landmark arts series in which David Starkey - Power and Personality; Gus Casely-Hayford - Art for the People; Sir Roy Strong - Visions of England, Howard Jacobson - Flesh; Jon Snow - War and Janet Street-Porter - Modern Times; present six passionate polemics on how British art made us who we are...
In this universally lauded and Emmy Award-winning polemic, Art critic Robert Hughes traces the way money has distorted the market for art, starting in 1962 when the Mona Lisa made its historic first and last appearance in America.
Over four films which cover nature, the mind, storytelling and design, Andrew Graham-Dixon reveals the history of art and the lives and works of great artists with a startling freshness. He shows us how drawing continues to be indispensable to the making of the modern world and how drawing, innate...
Sarah Simblet, an artist and Professor of Drawing and the Ruskin School, takes six novice artists and gives them an intensive crash course to show we all have the innate talent to draw.
Paranoid, secretive, property-crazed – that’s us. Simon Thurley, the Chief Executive of English Heritage, argues that the buildings of Britain - from Dover Castle to the humble terraced house – could have been built nowhere else and by nobody else.
Twenty-five years after making his seminal arts series, The Shock of the New, critic Robert Hughes brings the story up to date with a controversial assessment of the state of modern art.
Robert Hughes tackles three 20th century architects whose work did much to shape the modern world: Antonio Gaudi, Albert Speer and Mies Van Der Rohe.
Art critic Robert Hughes takes a personal journey into the extraordinary, nightmarish world of Spain’s greatest painter, Francisco de Goya, charting his unprecedented development from decorative royal painter to master topographer of darkness, superstition, evil and despair. Simulcast on BBC2 and BB...
A follow-up to the award-winning This is Modern Art, Hello Culture traces contemporary culture back to its roots in Romanticism, examing the links between then and now – from Coleridge to Kerouac, Gericault to the Sex Pistols, Lord Byron to OK Magazine.
A six part series about modern art written and presented by Matt Collings.
A one-hour special chronicling the last years of Rudolph Nureyev and including the testimony of close friends and associates who are here speaking openly for the first time.
A BAFTA winning feature documentary about the bestselling American horror writer, Anne Rice, author of Interview with a Vampire..
A six part series about the American movie business.