The jewel-incrusted prayer book of French king François I offers an insight into the Renaissance world. Currently owned by British collectors, France wants it back, with the Louvre appealing to the public to help fund its return - at a cost of 10 million euros. The perfectly-preserved artefact is currently on display at the Paris museum.
Plus, we meet music maestro Daniel Barenboim, whose West-Eastern Divan Orchestra has become a symbol of peace and reconciliation through art.
We also check out Liam Neeson’s latest film "Mark Felt: The man who brought down the White House", in which he stars as the FBI agent-turned-whistleblower who helped uncover the Watergate scandal of 1974.