TV and Radio on BBC iPlayer: In Touch on blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng
Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng at the Chaoyang hospital in Beijing following his escape from house arrest.
Peter White first interviewed the activist in 2004 and the In Touch programme has been following his story closely ever since.
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All in the Mind (Radio 4)
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Short documentary portraits of primary children with a range of disabilities, learning differences and medical conditions. (repeat)
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