It’s time for our arts and culture week-in-review, featuring GBH talent Jared Bowen and Edgar B Herwick III, as well as special guest Lisa Simmons from the Mass Cultural Council and Roxbury International Film Festival.

First up, what happens when a people’s cultural identity becomes a casualty of war? Throughout history monuments, cultural sites, artworks and artifacts have become collateral damage. Now Gaza is surveying the wreckage of Israel’s airstrikes, which have reduced more than 100 landmarks to rubble.

Then a new docuseries excavates Boston’s fraught history of racism and segregation by way of the 1989 Charles Stuart murder scandal. It reflects on how law enforcement and the media fueled a race-baiting falsehood.

And, move over Barbenheimer, it’s time for Beyonswift. That’s what happens when one mega star lands in London to support The Queen Bee’s “Renaissance” premiere.

From there we’ll look at Spotify’s latest feature called “Sound Towns,” which — in an entirely new and sonic way — puts Burlington Vermont on the map.

Finally, we remember The Pogues’ punk poet Shane MacGowan. It's all on The Culture Show. Listen above for the whole story.