The famous painter Norman Ackroyd shows us around his studio and some pieces he has been working on.
One of Banksy' favourite artists - taxidermist Polly Morgan shares a day in her life.
Jack Vettriano is arguably Britain's most popular artist, with his nostalgic paintings of a lost age of glamour being instantly recognisable and his most famous work, The Singing Butler, the country's bestselling image, reproduced on everything from calendars to jigsaws. But despite his popularity, the self-taught miner's son from Fife has never been fully accepted by the art establishment.
This film offers an intimate and revealing portrait of Vettriano, as he creates his latest painting, featuring actress Kara Tointon, and sees him talk with brutal honestly about his critics and how he deals with fame.
A insight into the acclaimed pottery artist Edmund De Waal.
This week the focus is on award winning painter Shani Rhys James.
Profile of photographer Tom Wood at work in Mayo in the west of Ireland.
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A profile of Marvin Gaye Chetwynd's work.
Following a day in the life of sculptor Antony Gormley and his team as they prepare their next big installation.
A day in the life of photographer Albert Watson out of his base in Edinburgh.
Michael Craig Martin is featured this week.
Akram Khan is one of the most diverse and experimental dancers in the UK. This film follows him to Seville for a collaboration with flamenco dancer Israel Galvan. Both will teach other different styles of dancing and work through their challenges together.
Michael Landy's art installations have often shown a great interest in the idea of destruction. In 2010 Art Bin project gave people artists the chance to throw away their failed art pieces. In 2014, Michael was invited to present his project to Yokohama Triennale in Japan. The episode follows Michael on his journey of discovery to Japan.
Dame Evelyn Glennie s one of the world's finest virtuoso percussionists. She is the first musician to create and sustain a career of a solo percussionist. She has performed in over 50 countries and has recorded more than 30 solo albums. She is a winner of three Grammy awards. Evelyn is now approaching 50, she is involving herself in what she describes as 'legacy' projects. The programme will explore Evelyn's collection of instruments, and will follow her rehearsals. It will tell the story of a country girl become a global superstar.
The cameras follow Jake and Dinos Chapman as they prepare for a new show in their home town of Hastings.