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The 'daily horror' of violence against women displayed at Italian hospital

By: Eve JACKSON Follow | Yuka ROYER | Renaud LEFORT
13 min

The San Carlo Hospital in Milan thought an exhibition made up of X-rays of women attacked by men was a powerful way to observe the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. We meet the doctor behind it.


Also on the programme, we look at the story behind The Beatles' iconic album "Abbey Road", as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Plus, we meet the Kabuki actors making Japan's 400-year-old tradition modern.

And we speak to British artist Lubaina Himid at her exhibition in Bordeaux. Her work attempts to restore identity to the black men and women seen in 17th and 18th-century paintings, who at the time were treated as mere symbols of their masters' wealth.

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