Culture that Travels
How art and culture travel from Japan to Australia, Syria to Germany and Iraq to Israel.
With Tina Daheley.
From Berlin how a new initiative to enlist migrants to conduct museum tours in Arabic has made the novelist Gregor Hens see his home country in a new light.
Why the artist Maayan Strauss has chosen seven fellow artists to spend weeks on container ships traversing the seas and make work in response.
Japanese Australian playwright Mayu Kanamori explains why she was inspired to delve into Australian history to discover the forgotten story of a Japanese photographer for her new work.
Writer Khaled Diab explains why Mizrahi, or Eastern Jewish, music is becoming popular amongst both Israeli and Palestinian young people.
(Photo: Syrian artefacts at the Pergamon Museum Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)