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Glenn Adamson ponders Outsider Art while curator Corinne Julius examines why British silver is undergoing a renaissance. Andrew Marr writes about the role art played in his recovery following a stroke and ceramist Christie Brown talks psychoanalysis, education and being a hippy drop-out in the 70s. We pay a visit to a historic London address and discover how a weaver, a tailor and a musician are turning its musical heritage into fashion.
Also, Alison Britton takes us on a tour of her greatest hits, how the British Museum’s most recent acquisition is a crafted kindness, and the return of BBC cult series Robot Wars.
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