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Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Junot Diaz talks about his new book This Is How You Lose Her, a collection of love stories exploring men, women and intimacy.
This week marks the 150th anniversary of Debussy's birth - an occasion being marked by concerts in Sydney, Los Angeles, Wellington, London - and in Paris - where the Debussy Museum is also hosting a special exhibition.
Photographer Lourdes Grobet discusses her images of Mexican wrestlers - part of London Mexfest festival.
We review the new film from Oscar-winning director James Marsh about torn loyalties and what happens after a young IRA sympathiser and mother is captured by the British Secret Service (pictured).
One of South Africa's most commercially successful artists has two exhibitions opening in Johannesburg which might help his fellow countrymen to reassess his work
The award-winning Indian author talks about his new book The Illicit Happiness of Other People. Ousep Chako cannot understand why his son committed suicide, but his search will lead him to try to unpick the meaning of life.
French band Lo' Jo's new album is typically eclectic and delightful with musical influences from around the globe. Founder Denis Paen tells us about the group's unconventional lifestyle