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The Culture Show

The BBC's art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon and his team of experts present the Culture Show.

Every month, they scour the world of art and culture to gather the very latest in books and film, architecture, art, design, music and photography.

Interviewing some of the biggest names in their fields, the Culture Show showcases a fantastically diverse mixture of subjects.

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The famous artist overcame grave illness to forge a brave new direction in modern art. Alastair Sooke explains the power and the meaning of Matisse’s late works

Block party: The joy of Lego

How did these plastic bricks become part of so many of our childhoods? Tom Dyckhoff explores the history and appeal of the colourful toys that architects love.

Critics have found misogyny and racism in his provocative writings – but is this fair? The Culture Show revisits Lawrence’s life to get to the truth.

The pop star has worked with avant-garde artists for her latest album, Artpop. She speaks with Miranda Sawyer in an off-the-wall interview for The Culture Show.

Who is Malcolm Gladwell?

The best-selling author’s new book is about underdogs and power battles. But is he a David or a Goliath? Jon Ronson interviews the writer for The Culture Show.

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