The first of five programmes in which leading British artists talk about their studio and how they work there.
Tim Marlow visits sculptor Sir Anthony Caro, who operates out of a small industrial complex, surrounded by assistants and by a treasure trove of old steel.
The second of five programmes in which top British artists talk about their working methods and the inspiration of location and studio space.
Tim Marlow visits the north London studio of Portuguese-born painter Paula Rego, who has been living in England since the 1970s.
Her large, beautiful and sometimes disturbing narrative paintings are created in a former industrial unit, where she works surrounded by theatrical props, models and music.
The third of five programmes in which leading British artists talk about their studio and how they work there.
Tim Marlow visits artist Rachel Whiteread, famous for her plaster and resin casts of domestic objects, and is shown around her large canalside warehouse, full of found objects, plans, photos and works in progress.
The Chapman brothers Jake and Dinos show Tim Marlow around the old industrial loft in South London where they make their provocative works of art, like their reworking of Goya's `Disasters of War' which uses bloodied toy solders, and their grotesque mutilations of child mannequins.
Sculptor Anthony Gormley, best known as the creator of the much-discussed 20-metre-high `Angel of the North', shows Tim Marlow around his South London studio, a converted steam laundry.