Kirsty Wark with highlights from the world's biggest arts festival, including interviews with supergroup F.F.S and the director of a production of Alasdair Gray's Lanark. Show more
Sue Perkins presents an evening celebrating the best of the Fringe, with BBC New Comedy Awards winner Angela Barnes and music from Tshwane Gospel Choir and Gruff Rhys. Show more
Highlights from this year's Edinburgh Festivals. Nish Kumar is behind the scenes with some of the biggest names and hopeful first timers in comedy as they try out new material. Show more
Sue Perkins presents an evening of music, comedy and cabaret from BBC Potterow including comedy from Gavin Webster & Gamarjobat and music from Camille & Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Sue Perkins presents an evening celebrating the best of the Fringe, with Australian comedian Luke McGregor and music from Wyckham Porteous and Lady Rizo.
A musical about the LA earthquake gets its European premiere. The programme showcasing highlights from the Edinburgh Festival also includes Richard O'Brien's rock musical, Disgracefully Yours. Show more
Stuart Cosgrove presents highlights from the Edinburgh TV Festival, and Clint Eastwood comes to town to discuss new film White Hunter, Black Heart.
Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax rehearse before a marathon performance of the complete Beethoven sonatas for cello and piano. Plus Emo Phillips gives a guide to the festival in his own inimitable way. Show more
A complete performance of one of the Festival's most innovative productions, Juan Darien - A Carnival Mass by Julie Taymor and Elliot Goldenthal, inspired by Horacio Quiroga's story.
Kirsty Wark introduces a profile of Chinese composer Tan Dun. It follows the creation of his work Soundshape, scored for an ensemble of ceramic instruments specially made by potter Ragnar Naess. Show more
The arts series takes a look at the first British performances of Kenneth Branagh's Renaissance Theatre Company, with productions of King Lear and Midsummer Night's Dream. Show more
A television presentation of Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre production of John Clifford's play, directed by Ian Brown. Show more
Kirsty Wark sees homeless people making their debut on stage in unusual play Glad. Tracey MacLeod watches a new dimension in performance from the Danish company Hotel Pro Forma. Show more
An insight into the strange world of Philippe Genty: mime, puppets and surreal psychoanalysis from France. Plus comic Craig Ferguson takes an offbeat look at Edinburgh. Show more
This debut feature of young Scots director Paul Murton explores the impact of the US Navy's submarine base on communities around the Holy Loch on the Scottish coast. Show more
Tracey MacLeod and Kirsty Wark present coverage of outstanding Edinburgh Festival productions and personalities.
Tracey MacLeod and Kirsty Wark introduce a portrait of Scottish artist Richard Demarco as he celebrates his 25th year at the Edinburgh Festival. Show more
The Festival Fringe has launched some top comedy talent. Pete McCarthy presents the best and worst of the jokers and satirists. Plus extracts from shows A Dybbuk for Two People and Autogeddon. Show more
Tracey MacLeod and Kirsty Wark present contemporary mime from Switzerland, low-budget films from America and a theatre project for young offenders in which they re-enact their experiences onstage.
Virtue and vision, sculpture and Scotland, 1540-1990. Is sulpture all boring busts or exhilarating expressionism?