The Dr Who theme tune is the most famous piece from the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop. Andrew Harrison looks back to the team’s groundbreaking inventions.
The new version is as squirm-inducing as the Korean original. Tom Brook asks director Spike Lee why he thinks grisliness is essential to the story.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including a damning critique of Homeland, Doris Lessing’s obituary and an appreciation of John Tavener’s influence.
There is a strong tradition of Jewish filmmaking in Hollywood and now in Israel. But what does cinema reveal about this unique culture? Emma Jones reports.
Tom Brook investigates why the film industry appears to be suffering a shortage of young male movie stars.
New global industries such as the one in Singapore are rapidly growing – and could create a more competitive filmmaking landscape. Tom Brook investigates.
As the world celebrates the composer’s centenary, Clemency Burton-Hill examines his enduring influence – from opera to Moonrise Kingdom.
Last week’s New York auctions saw a frenzy of bidding that smashed records. But how do the works of some artists come to attract these astronomical prices?
A new UK exhibition features several centuries of Chinese painting. The Culture Show looks at the history of one of the greatest cultural traditions.
The week’s best photos from the arts and culture – including Jeff Koons’ sculpture of Lady Gaga, graffiti in Beirut, and mirror art in Dresden.