Andrew Graham-Dixon talks to Howard Hodgkin at Modern art Oxford in 2010 during the artist’s exhibition ‘Howard Hodgkin: Time and Place’.
Andrew Marr interviews Hodgkin in Sotheby’s galleries where the artist discusses Manet’s Self Portrait from 1878 and Bonnard’s Breakfast from 1930. They also discuss Hodgkin’s upcoming exhibition at Modern Art Oxford.
Howard Hodgkin talks to Alastair Sooke about Henri Matisse, for the BBC series Modern Masters. Aired in 2010.
A film in Alan Yentob’s BBC TV series, ‘Imagine’, directed and produced by Rogers Parsons, shown at the time of Hodgkin’s retrospective at Tate Britain (2006).
Hodgkin talks about Pierre Bonnard’s The Bath, on the BBC iplayer as part of the Talking Tate series in 1997.
First aired in 1994: The artist is the castaway and discusses his choice of Desert Island Discs with Sue Lawley: Listen to the programme at the BBC website.
Directed by Bernadette O’Brien for BBC2. Screened on October 26th and 30th in 1993.
State of the Art was a remarkable, authoritative and challenging series of documentaries about the visual arts in the 1980s, made by Sandy Nairne for Channel 4 and Illuminations. The film about Hodgkin includes a conversation and a sequence filmed in his exhibition of paintings at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1985.
Interview by William Furlong inside the British Pavilion, 1984, for Audio Arts, now part of Tate archives
Judy Marle’s 1982 film, made for the Arts Council, includes scenes in India and conversations with David Sylvester, Foy Nissen, Bhupen Khakhar, Haridas Swali and Julia Hodgkin.