This event was sold out, but you can listen to it here.
Frances Carey from The British Museum discusses the museum's current project about telling the history of the world in 100 objects.
Maggi Hambling talks about her life and works, and whether these have been touched by psychoanalysis.
When Sigmund Freud visited London in 1908 he recorded his impressions of the paintings he saw at the National Portrait Gallery, from Shakespeare to Byron. Freud scholar Michael Molnar recounts the intriguing story of Freud’s few days in London, including his trip to the NPG, through his letters and notes.
Best selling author Edmund De Waal gave an exclusive talk for the Freud Museum based upon his book "The Hare with the Amber Eyes." The event was sold out, but you can listen to it here.
Watch this exclusive video interview between Ivan Ward, education director at the Freud Museum and Judith Symons, psychotherapist and contributing artist to the museums current exhibition "Dreams"
The first podcast from the Freud Museum in London, details the time Sigmund Freud spent in London.
The event was sold out, but you can listen to it here.