The Great Pottery Throw Down
2 Series, 18 Episodes
The theme this time is nature. Joining Grayson and Philippa are actor Russell Tovey, land artist Andy Goldsworthy, and Polly Morgan, who's renowned for artworks featuring taxidermy.
The Art Club opens for a new series with the theme of family. Joining Grayson and Philippa Perry are Boy George, photo legend David Bailey, Harry Hill, and artist Yinka Ilori.
As Grayson and Philippa Perry prepare to throw open the studio doors again, they look back on an extraordinary year, and also give tips and advice on how to get creative in lockdown
In lockdown, early 2020, Grayson Perry brought the nation together through art. Now he visits the gallery showing artworks from the series, meeting some of the artists and some celebrity guests too.
This episode celebrates all things Britain, from the clap for carers to our 'national spirit' - featuring Liza Tarbuck, British artists the Singh Twins, and photographer Martin Parr
The theme this time is home: a place we're all very familiar with by now. Joining Grayson are comedian Jenny Eclair, artist David Shrigley and members of the public, who share their artworks of home.
Jim Moir, aka Vic Reeves, joins Grayson. The theme is the 'view from my window'. Jim shares his view, as do members of the public. And artist Jeremy Deller discusses inspirations during lockdown.
The theme this time is fantasy, and anything goes: from an abstract to what you're dreaming of doing when lockdown ends. Sculptor Antony Gormley joins Grayson. Noel Fielding hosts a fantasy party.
Grayson gets viewers to send in their artworks of animals - a beloved pet, an abstract, or an exotic animal. He's joined by Harry Hill and artist Maggi Hambling.
The theme for the first Art Club is portraits - maybe a member of your family or housemate you're isolating with. Comedian Joe Lycett joins in, with his lockdown portrait.