The Apollo podcast: Ralph Taylor

Thomas Marks talks to the head of post-war and contemporary art at Bonhams about how the market is shaping up for 2018

21 Dec 2017
Jonathan Yeo

The Apollo podcast: Jonathan Yeo

Thomas Marks talks to Jonathan Yeo about the artist’s first sculpture – created using Virtual Reality

17 Dec 2017
Rob and Nick Carter with Thomas Marks

The Apollo podcast: Rob and Nick Carter

Thomas Marks talks to artists Rob and Nick Carter about their Yoga Photograms series

29 Sep 2017
Amanda Levete

The Apollo podcast: Amanda Levete

Thomas Marks talks to architect Amanda Levete about the V&A’s Exhibition Road Quarter, designed by her practice AL_A

19 Jul 2017

The Apollo podcast: Charles Saumarez Smith

Thomas Marks talks to the Secretary and Chief Executive of the Royal Academy about his new book on East London

24 May 2017
Adam Lowe

The Apollo podcast: Adam Lowe

Thomas Marks talks to the founder of the Factum Foundation about how digital technologies are conserving world heritage

4 May 2017
Thomas Marks in conversation with Idris Khan at the New Art Gallery, Walsall

The Apollo podcast: Idris Khan

Thomas Marks talks to artist Idris Khan as the largest exhibition of his works to date goes on display at the New Art Gallery in Walsall

2 Feb 2017
Gayford and Hockney, A History of Pictures

Interviewing the interviewer – an Apollo podcast special with Martin Gayford

To mark the publication of his new book co-authored with David Hockney, Martin Gayford joins Thomas Marks to discuss his memories of interviewing artists

8 Nov 2016

The Apollo Podcast Film special: Mike Leigh on Mr. Turner

Thomas Marks is joined by the director to talk about his love of Turner’s work, and taking art to the movies

23 Oct 2014

The Apollo Podcast September: 40 Under 40, Isaac Julien, and museums in crisis

Isaac Julien, James Cahill and Thomas Marks discuss the inaugural Apollo 40 Under 40. Plus UK regional museums in crisis.

3 Sep 2014

The Apollo Podcast July/August: The Imperial War Museum Reopens

Thomas Marks, Diane Lees and David Boyd Haycock discuss the role of art in commemorating the First World War

1 Aug 2014