Travel Me casa, su casa: the breakfast room

A creative, globe-trotting couple have put their stamp on a pair of 1920s buildings in Barrio Italia. By Sorrel Moseley-Williams

'Peep show' at National Gallery inspired by Titian

A classically-inspired peep show has been set up in the middle of the National Gallery.

Days to go: 8. Talking brains with Dr Marius Kwint

Brains: The Mind as Matter proved to be the most popular exhibition ever staged at Wellcome Collection, a free venue in London for the ‘incurably curious’ that explores the connections between medicine, life and art in the past, present and future.

Stolen Dali painting is recovered

A stolen Salvador Dali painting has been posted back to New York from Europe and intercepted at Kennedy International Airport, the US Postal Inspection Service said.

Exhibition of the Week: Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings, Tate Liverpool

Mix and match has become quite the thing for museum. Turner has been placed alongside Claude and Whistler; Monet alongside Turner; Cy Twombly, the American abstract artist, with Poussin. Tate Liverpool combines all three.

Mathew Horne

London Games Festival outlines this year’s events

'Culture of gaming celebrated in a unique way.'

At a stroke: Windermere's Great North Swim

Countyfile; Cumbria - Race to the Lakes for outdoor fun and games

The skies above Windermere will light up this Thursday when Cumbria hosts one of the four opening events of the London 2012 Festival (0845 267 2012; festival.london2012.com), the cultural celebration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games that runs till 9 September. A French group, Les Commandos Percu, will take to the shores of Windermere for On the Night Shift, a free open-air production mixing music and pyrotechnics, which will also mark the arrival of the Olympic torch in the county.

The poetry of being an estate agent

The Walthamstow Poetry Trail shows that stanzas have their place in shop windows

Ray Clemence is forced off the pitch
What a scream: Munch painted four versions of his best-known painting. One sold at auction last month for £74m

Edvard Munch: Angst-ridden artist or canny businessman?

Tate Modern exhibition shows how the painter obsessively reworked his paintings

Billy Connolly
Monet's Poplars on the Epte

Heads Up: Turner Monet Twombly

Paint the town red ... and yellow ... and blue ... and grey

Stand to attention in this lovely 'Guards' circle skirt (£35) from the Queen of Twee, Cath Kidston. Cathkidston.co.uk

Bath and North East Somerset Council issues plea to banner thieves

A council is appealing for the return of 21 banners that were stolen in Bath when the Olympic flame passed through the city.

Olympic news you may have missed...

The Stoke City manager, Tony Pulis, has been given the honour of carrying the Olympic torch. The 54-year-old will carry the flame as it passes through Stoke-on-Trent on Thursday. He is the only top-flight football manager to be given this chance.

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