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18/09/2012

Duration:
18 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 18 September 2012

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

On today's programme, an exhibition focusing on human rights abuses at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.

The first novel from a Cambodian princess about the horrors of life under the Khmer Rouge and the Bronze exhibition at London's Royal Academy.

Chapters

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  • Günther Uecker

    An exhibition focusing on human rights abuses opens at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. We talk about Günther Uecker's work and what it means to Iranians to be able to see it.

  • Vaddey Ratner

    The first novel from a Cambodian princess about the horrors of life under the Khmer Rouge - the deaths of her family members, starvation, forced labour - and her flight to the US.

  • Bronze at London's Royal Academy

    Art critic Louisa Buck discusses a new show of Bronze masterpieces from Ancient Greece to era-defining Medieval and Renaissance treasures to works by iconic figures such as Rodin and Picasso.

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