Tintin turns 90: Belgium's boy reporter celebrates nine decades of comic adventures
He's looking remarkably youthful but Hergé’s comic book creation, Tintin, celebrates his 90th birthday this week. The star of one of the 20th century’s best-selling series of graphic novels still has a few secrets; we learn more about "The Adventures of Tintin" thanks to a die-hard fan. Also, France's literary bad boy launches his latest novel, as Michel Houellebecq’s somewhat prophetic "Serotonin" hits the shelves.
Plus, a revolutionary musical plays in Teheran and we take a look at a film revisiting the life of Edmond Rostand, the creator of "Cyrano de Bergerac".