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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.

The show is broadcast monthly on Saturdays at 04:30 and 17:30 and Sundays at 10:30 and 23:30 GMT. Please check our schedules for dates.

Watch The Culture Show's latest reports

Could 'hacking' change how products are designed?

Meet the designer who wants people to 'hack' his work

Exploring Peter Zumthor's 'holistic approach' to design

Exploring Manet at the Royal Academy of Arts Exhibition

US musician Beck goes back to the future

The art behind furniture

Author Tom Wolfe asks if Miami all about sex?

The tumultuous life of artist John Bellany

Art looks death in the face

Can a photo be as good as a painting?

Angel Haze's 'mixed up' childhood

South Park creators on their hit musical

Colin Firth helps the people speak

How soap and shea butter can make art

The bronze face to ward off evil spirits

Royal Academy celebrates thousands of years of bronze

The renaissance in puppetry

The poetry pods that lit up Britain's coastline

Do Tate Modern's oil tanks live up to the hype?

Can prosthetics be art?

Are Blur back together for good?

'How I painted the Royal Ballet's set'

Author Richard Ford: I gave away the plot

Alexei Sayle reviews Turner, Monet and Twombley

Tim Minchin: Musicals and megalomania

Martin Amis: The appeal of the villain

Yoko Ono'e Cut Piece still shocks

The unusual learning experiment devised by artists

A private tour of of Sir Anthony Caro's landmark exhibition

Why I reworked one of the most important books in Judaism

The repetitive art of Yayoi Kusama

Designers embrace collaborative approach

The mystery of the maestro

Gilbert and George grab the headlines

Help yourself to free art

The art inspiring Florence Welch

Searching streets for perfect fashion

Lucian Freud recorded painting his final work

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