In a one episode special, Waldy swaps partners and teams up with his pal Ron to talk about flying works of art - otherwise known as birds.

You can also watch the episode on Youtube where pictures of the birds are included.

Episode 14

Waldy and Bendy take a pop at Hogarth and discuss what it's like to visit galleries again as the lockdown eases. In On the Wall, Bendy goes for a stolen painting while Waldy goes for a heap of old instruments.

See the show notes at the Sunday Times website.

Episode 13

Waldy & Bendy interview the director of the National Gallery and ask why the museums are taking such a long time to reopen. Then they hand out the prestigious Waldy & Bendy Award for the Worst Painter of Children in art.


See the show notes on The Sunday Times website.

Episode 12

Waldy and Bendy go head to head, arguing over whether British art is actually any good. And the Wendy Awards return, this time handed out to the best painters of children.

Find the show notes at the Sunday Times website.

Episode 11

Waldy & Bendy talk to Damien Hirst talk about the impact of the lockdown and fall in love with Gainsborough. Bendy chooses a picture to hang on his wall that is famous for its wart, while Waldy goes for something bigger. Much bigger.

See pictures and links in the show notes on the Sunday Times website.

Episode 10

Waldy and Bendy discuss iconoclasm and choose ‘the world’s worst museum website’. In On The Wall, Bendy goes for a landscape and Waldy goes for a VW camper van!

Check out the show notes at The Sunday Times Website.

Episode 09

Waldy & Bendy wade into the Pre-Raphaelites and then hand out the first Wendies - the Waldy & Bendy Awards for the best museum websites. With big winners and even bigger losers!

Find images and links at The Sunday Times website.

Episode 08

We talk to Grayson and Philippa Perry about their TV Art Club and ask who wears the trousers in their relationship? We also discuss The Royal Academy and Malcolm Gladwell's podcast 'The Lady Vanishes'. Plus Waldy gets in touch with his Polish roots!

See show notes and pictures on The Sunday Times.

Episode 07

Tate Modern ought to be celebrating its 20th birthday, but the party had to be called off. So Waldy and Bendy throw their own party. Bendy also has a go at curating and Waldy picks Gustav Klimt's gorilla as his painting of the week.

See show notes at The Sunday Times

Episode 06

Why are celebrities grabbing their paint brushes during the Great Lockdown, and what exactly is the elusive art movement they call Mannerism? Plus Waldy’s self-portrait as Philip Guston.

See the show notes at the Sunday Times Website

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