A performance from Bette Midler in 2010, from her Las Vegas show.
The show offers a touching look into the very private life of the reclusive, brilliant photographer Vivian Maier.
The show shreds some new light on the Third Reich's campaign against modern art. It starts with the discovery of a treasure trove of paintings in the flat of reclusive old man Cornelius Gurlitt.
The show takes a look at the stunning discovery of a hoard of art, which was kept by a reclusive old man in his Munich flat.
Alan chats to Bette Midler, in New York City, close to fifty years on from she started her meteoric rise from a nightclub act to Hollywood legend.
A look at Anselm Kiefer's controversial work that he submitted as part of a degree show, which showed himself performing the Nazi salute at various sites in Switzerland, France and Italy,
A look at the story of the only British director to win both the top prize at the Cannes and Venice film festival, Mike Leigh.
Colm Toibin reveals what goes into producting one of his novels. He discusses how his narrative also reflects the relationship he had with his mother and show's off his homes in Ireland and Spain. Fiona Shaw, Anne Enright and Nick Hornby all discuss his work.
As Jeff Koon's retrospective display moves from New York to Paris, the show profiles the controversial artist.