Toni Morrison's novel Home reviewed.
BBC World Service Online
Korean novelist Krys Lee on the divided response to Lady Gaga's concert in Seoul
We look at two of the new TV series opening in the US
Bernie, starring Jack Black, a documentary-style film based on a real-life murder.
David Starkey, curator of the Royal River: Power, Pageantry and the Thames exhibition.
A superhero movie with not just one mega-powered saviour but a whole gang!
Polish director Malgorzata Szumowska discusses her film Elles, starring Juliette Binoche
We talk to his Patrick White's biographer about his posthumous novel
Director Oliver Hermanus talks about his Afrikaans-language film Skoonheid.
Scholar Alex Huang discusses the history of Shakespeare performances in China.
We find out why Chinese publishing is so prominent at this year's London Book Fair.
Seriously midblowing music from Pakistan.
We find out why artists of all kinds are congregating in specific public spaces in Egypt.
We review Le Havre, the latest film by Finnish director Aki Karusmaki.
Post Mortem, a film with a very original perspective on Pinochet's 1973 coup in Chile.
Nadine Gordimer discusses South Africa and her new novel No Time Like the Present.
A poetry edition of The Strand, discussing the Montreal Prize and featuring Ben Okri.
We speak to Morgan Spurlock, director of documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope.
An interpretation of Shakespeare's Richard II by ASHTAR Theatre addresses the Arab Spring.
James Copnall reports on South Sudan's first Shakespearean production, Cymbeline.
Damien Hirst at London's Tate Modern - the first large scale exhibition of his career.
Mark Coles joins Anna to discuss hot new releases and the most important music news.