The South Korean soprano on Mozart, being accepted as a diva and her mother's role in her success (pictured).
The Strand hears about the national theatre of Greece's two year cycle of plays examining what means to be Greek and finds the ambitious project spanning 200 years of Greek drama has a disturbingly contemporary resonance.
The Bollywood Trip
Polish-Palestinian-Danish actor Janus Nabil Bakrawi explains why he's mixed Bollywood with One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in a new production from Danish theatre company Republique.
Dreams of a Life:
We talk to Carol Morley, the director of a documentary about a woman found dead in her London flat, who was not discovered for 3 years -the television still on.
The Spanish born choreographer, Rafael Bonachela on his breath-inspired latest show with Sydney Dance Company and working with Kylie.
The novelist talks about creating a more complex, Egyptian answer to 'chick lit' with her bestselling book Professor Hanaa.
This new release, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, includes some of Amy's early recordings alongside tracks she was working on when she died earlier this year. Krissi Murison reviews.