"Eat, Pray, Love" sold more than 10 million copies worldwide – now its author Elizabeth Gilbert is back with a new book, "The Signature of All Things". She tells us why she chose to write a historical novel, and how the central character of a 19th century woman botanist was a conscious attempt to counter un-feminist literature.
Also on the show: we meet the courageous horsewoman Maud Gruss, who leads 17 horses round the ring at Paris’ Cirque Gruss.
Meanwhile, police in Rome exhibit artworks reclaimed from light-fingered art thieves.
Finally, we bring you a preview of Kylie Minogue’s upcoming new album, with her video for "Into the Blue".