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What Do Artists Do All Day?

Portraits of artists.

Episodes

  • Series 1
    • 2013-03-19 - Series 1 - 1. Norman Ackroyd, the working life of Britain's celebrated landscape artist.
    • 2013-03-25 - Series 1 - 2. Jack Vettriano, the popular artist at work in his studio.
    • 2013-06-04 - Series 1 - 4. Cornelia Parker, prepares for a new exhibition of her work in London.
    • 2013-08-22 - Series 1 - 5. John Byrne, artist and writer, completes a mural for King's Theatre in Edinburgh.
    • 2013-11-06 - Series 1 - 6. Edmund de Waal, ceramic artist, author of the memoir The Hare with Amber Eyes.
    • 2013-11-13 - Series 1 - 7. Shani Rhys James, Welsh painter as she prepares for a new exhibition.
    • 2014-02-25 - Series 1 - 8. Tom Wood, photographer at work in Mayo in the west of Ireland.
    • 2014-03-04 - Series 1 - 9. Frank Quitely, alter ego of Glaswegian comic-book artist, Vince Deighan.
    • 2014-03-13 - Series 1 - 10. Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, the performance artist's first solo UK show in Nottingham.
    • 2014-03-11 - Series 1 - 11. Albert Watson photographs the landscape of the Isle of Skye.
    • 2014-03-26 - Series 1 - 12. Antony Gormley and his team as they prepare a new work.
    • 2014-05-19 - Series 1 - 13. Michael Craig-Martin at work in his London studio.
  • Series 2
    • 2014-10-12 - Series 2 - 1. Evelyn Glennie, how the Dame became a global percussion superstar.
    • 2014-10-15 - Series 2 - 2. Akram Khan, the creation of TOROBAKA, the dance collaboration with Israel Galvan.
    • 2014-10-22 - Series 2 - 4. Michael Landy as he takes his Art Bin project to Yokohama.
    • 2014-11-05 - Series 2 - 5. Jake and Dinos Chapman as they prepare for a new show in Hastings.
  • Series 3
    • 2015-06-08 - Series 3 - 1. Tracey Emin, in her studio, preparing for an exhibition in Vienna.
    • 2015-06-15 - Series 3 - 2. Sue Webster, at work on new projects, including a cook book.
    • 2015-08-24 - Series 3 - 3. Derek Boshier works on a new painting and reflects on his life.
    • 2015-08-26 - Series 3 - 4. Peter Blake, following the process of his latest work.

External Links

  • What Do Artists Do All Day? at the Internet Movie Database
  • BBC Four - What Do Artists Do All Day?
  • What Do Artists Do All Day? - Radio Times
  • Norman Ackroyd: What Do Artists Do All Day? – TV review - The Guardian
  • Jack Vettriano: What Do Artists Do All Day? BBC Four, review - Telegraph


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