As part of its ongoing celebrations as European Capital of Culture, the Italian city of Matera is to host three days of live programming from state radio channel Rai Radio 3 between 11 and 15 September.
Skywatchers, take note: The celestial show peaks July 28.
Two charities dedicated to rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean are about to resume operations there - seven months after they were forced to stop using their ship, Aquarius.
SOS Mediterranee and Doctors Without Borders (MSF) will restart operations using a new vessel, the Ocean Viking.
After the Aquarius, which sailed from 2016 to 2018, SOS Mediterranee is going back at sea with the Ocean Viking.
The industry is cutting emissions and turning to sail power.
A survivor of a migrant boat disaster in the Mediterranean has told how he watched fellow passengers slip away and sink to their deaths.
It's prompted warnings that more migrants will die unless search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean are strengthened.
The sky show will peak on May 6.
Ahead of April's general election, Spain is acting tough on migration - and the country's coastguards are on the front line of a brewing storm.