Anthony Caro has played a key role in the development of 20th century sculpture and his ground-breaking, abstract, welded steel works of the 1960s paved the way for many new departures in three-dimensional art. Since then, his work has continued to expand in new and different directions and has included innovative large and small-scale pieces in materials including bronze, silver, lead, stoneware, wood and paper. This event coincided with a new display at Tate Britain of work by Caro and contemporaries from the 60s. The artist talked about projects then and now with the broadcaster, Tim Marlow. Supported by Ricki and Robert Conway.