The National Gallery Podcast
About This Show
A monthly podcast from the National Gallery, London. Each episode features previews of exhibitions and displays, gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse of life in the Gallery, and provides information about upcoming special events.
Most Recent Episode
Episode One Hundred: February 2015 (enhanced with images)
Feb 1 15
Art of the People: American artist George Bellows painted everyday scenes of life in turn-of-the-century New York. Art historian James Heard introduces his blunt, chilly masterpiece, 'Men of the Docks'.
Saintly Visions: What do holy men dream of? Curator Matthias Wivel visits a sleepy Saint Jerome in a stunning altarpiece by Parmigianino.
Carrying the Cross: How did a glittering gold crucifix tame civil unrest in medieval Italy? Art historian Laura Jacobus explains.