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In this episode, artist Olivia Fraser offers a personal glimpse inside the incandescent life and art of her great aunt Eileen Agar, a pioneering figure in Surrealism.

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This unmissable episode takes on the vast history of photography, unpacking the myth of single creatorship, and exploring the many complex relationships at play in image-making.

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In this episode, art critic Martin Gayford takes us on a breathtaking journey through five centuries of art history in Venice, exploring masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance, Peggy Guggenheim’s palazzo, the kaleidoscopic Venice Biennale and more.

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In this episode, we trace the richly varied life of the pioneering Surrealist painter, exploring the extraordinary spaces that shaped and haunted her art, from her childhood at Crookhey Hall to her French hideaway with Max Ernst, and her Mexico City sanctuary.

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In this special podcast trilogy, archaeologist and Thames & Hudson author David Miles takes us on an immersive tour of the cromlechs and tombs near his home in France, to explore three themes from the past that shape the preoccupations of our present.

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We catch up with art historian Michael Peppiatt about friendship with Francis Bacon, lunch with Lucian Freud, and unforgettable encounters with the likes of Sonia Delaunay and more.

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To celebrate the publication of 'Chloé Catwalk', Lou Stoppard and Ayo Ojo explore the fascinating story of one of the world’s most infamous female-led brands.

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No one is immune to creative demons – not even Michelangelo. But these demons needn’t defeat us! Creativity specialist Richard Holman explores ‘mindful distractions’, why your worst idea can be the best place to start, and what we can learn about creativity from one nun’s surprising screen prints.

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In this episode, Central Saint Martins student Ayo Ojo sits down with ‘Versace Catwalk’ author Tim Blanks, offering an inside look at the world of Versace – from the house’s opulent collections to its most iconic moments, and the brand’s celebrity fans.

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In this fascinating and illuminating episode, sex historian and Whores of Yore creator Dr. Kate Lister explores the subject of her book ‘Harlots, Whores & Hackabouts’, centring the voices of sex workers in a history too often laden with myth, stereotype and stigma.

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