Printmaker Tom Hammick, weaves together references to opera, poetry, cinema, architecture, myth and memory, in upcoming exhibition
Love, power, money, ghosts of empire, conspiracies, artificial intelligence - and You. An emotional history of the modern world by Adam Curtis.
A radiophonic sound journey by composer Iain Chambers around the lesser-known cities of Paris which lie beyond the ring road and are built from concrete.
Tom Service considers the rise of Sound Art, commonly found in art galleries today, and wonders whether it is a new genre or simply music in an art space.
Documentary film series in which art historian James Fox explores how the power of images has transformed the modern world
Ian and his guests examine writing about fashion and explore the language woven into fabric, with Kassia St Clair, Linda Grant, Amy Key and Lettie Precious.
One of the most famous stone courtyards in Europe will be dramatically transformed this summer when it is taken over by a forest of 400 trees