The National Theatre of Scotland has a new director, Laurie Sansom – and he’s English. Culture Editor Matthew Cain tests his knowledge of Scottish theatre – how many would you get right?
A portrait of the Queen is defaced with spray paint in Westminster Abbey, which campaign group Fathers4Justice claims was carried out by one of its members – a “desperate dad”.
In his new film, Michael Douglas plays legend of high camp Liberace – the world’s highest paid entertainer of the 1950s-70s. Culture Editor Matthew Cain goes Behind the Candelabra.
The London Symphony Orchestra’s longest serving conductor, Sir Colin Davis, has died aged 85. Matthew Cain looks back at a career which spanned more than half a century.
Antony Gormley takes Culture Editor Matt Cain on a tour of his studio, and reveals the evolution of his work into a new project exploring the human body and the space it occupies.
Artist Grayson Perry talks to Culture Editor Matthew Cain about art in the Ice Age with the opening of a new exhibition.
After years of collaborations, The Smiths’ celebrated guitarist is releasing a solo album. In an extended interview he tells Channel 4 News it was time to get personal and “be the best at being me”.
World-renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor shows Channel 4 News Culture Editor Matt Cain around his studio – and explains why he works with a team of skilled assistants to allow his sculptures to “emerge”.
Sir Ian McKellen – Gandalf in the the Lord of the Rings film trilogy – tells Channel 4 News Culture Editor Matthew Cain that the Hobbit, which has its world premiere today, will not disappoint.
In an exclusive interview ahead of the inaugural Reading Agency lecture, Jeanette Winterson says libraries are part of the “education of the country” and should be funded by central government.
Madness frontman Suggs talks to Channel 4 News Culture Editor Matthew Cain about the band’s new album and, as the Mercury Prize is decided, whether he minds not winning many awards.
As the Man Booker panel prepares to reveal who has won this year’s prize, Channel 4 News’s speed-reading reviewers give their verdict on the 2012 hopefuls.
As Tate Modern’s underground oil tanks prepare to open, Channel 4 News takes a tour of the world’s first museum galleries dedicated to live art, performance, installation and film.
The opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics will feature the UK as a “green and pleasant land”, complete with farmers, grazing cattle, meadows and theatrical clouds that will rain down on the ceremony.
As details of the London Paralympics opening ceremony are announced, Channel 4 News looks at why London 2012 could be the best games to date but it won’t be the biggest.