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Tales from the Lodz ghetto

Our guest today is regarded as one of the greats of contemporary European literature. Steve Sem-Sandberg joins us to talk about his latest novel "The Emperor of Lies", which weaves a richly textured tapestry of life and death in the Lodz ghetto during World War II. Plus, French fashion house Carven is back in style with a new artistic director, and we give you proof that Paris really is the city of love.

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2014-10-30 culture

Art show: From Frank Gehry's glass sails to Paul McCarthy's sex toys

In today's art special, Eve Jackson goes inside Paris's Louis Vuitton Foundation with the man who made it, Frank Gehry. We also head to conceptual artist Paul McCarthy's...

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2014-10-29 culture

Film show: Halloween horrors and Hollywood history

Film critic Lisa Nessleson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's big cinema releases, including "Chef" and "The Go Go Boys". They also discuss the season’s scary movies, from...

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2014-10-28 culture

Thaddaeus Ropac talks contemporary art: The market, the moguls and the masterpieces

We're joined in the studio by gallery owner Thaddaeus Ropac. The Austrian contemporary art expert represents more than 60 different artists and has galleries in Salzburg, Paris...

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2014-10-24 culture

Paris rediscovers Picasso

The biggest collection of Picasso's work is once again back on show in his adopted home of France. The museum in Paris, dedicated to the most famous artist of the 20th century,...

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2014-10-27 culture

Covering the Classics: Yusuf Cat Stevens and The Flaming Lips revisit old favourites

We take a look at Yusuf Cat Stevens' new release "Tell 'Em I'm Gone", a record that revisits the singer's past career and touches on favourite themes of freedom and spirituality....

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