The best of the world's arts, film, music and literature brought to you every day. Presented by Anna McNamee.
On today's programme:
Thirty-one artists from around the Arab world exhibit together and interact in a huge new Edge of Arabia exhibition on London's iconic Brick Lane.
Tintin in Kinshasa
Ahead of this weekend's Francophonie summit in DR Congo, Belgian writer Herge's Tintin is everywhere - in doll form. But Herge's book has been vilified for racial caricature... so why the popularity?
Photo: Approximate Feast by Hala Ali and Lantian Xie, 2012.