The best of the world's arts, film, music and literature brought to you every day. Presented by Anna McNamee

Peter Englund
The Swedish historian and head of the body that awards the Nobel Prize in Literature talks about his new 'anti-history' of the First World War.

University of Gnawa
multi-instrumentalist Aziz Sahmaoui is a Moroccan musician whose latest album is a collaboration with a red hot Senegalese band. We love it

Kapka Kassabova
Acclaimed Bulgarian writer Kapka Kassabova tells Harriett how she got bitten by the tango bug and ended up dancing across the globe in search of its roots and inspirations.

We talk to Daniel Henshall (pictured), the lead actor of the award-winning Australian film about one of the worst serial murders in the country's history.

We hear how Lebanese director Nadine Labaki is proving an inspiration to the arab movie world as Shaimaa Khalil reports from the recent Doha Tribeca Film Festival

Lene Asp
The Danish poet talks about arts and culture in Denmark.

Yann Tiersen
Anna talks to the French musician about writing the soundtrack to the hit film Amelie, making music with a typewriter and barking...

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Mon 21 Nov 2011 04:05 GMT