World at One: BBC Radio 4 News

World at One: BBC Radio 4 News

Forty five minutes of news, analysis and comment with Martha Kearney and Shaun Ley

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  • US strikes Islamic State in Syria

    Tue, 23 Sep 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

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    The US, supported by five Arab nations, has launched a campaign of air strikes against so-called Islamic State militants in Syria. Downing Street says the Prime Minister supports the military action carried out by the United States. Labour's Shadow Foreign Secretary says that a resolution should now be brought to the Security Council of the United Nations. We'll be speaking to the High Representative for Kurdistan to the United Kingdom about the threat that the extremists pose to the region. Ahead of Ed Miliband's conference speech this afternoon we'll find out what he needs to do to win over voters and what some people in Manchester think of him. Labour's Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan will join us live.

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  • Live from the Labour Party conference

    Mon, 22 Sep 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

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    The programme today is broadcast from the Labour Party conference in Manchester where Ed Balls has been outlining Labour's economic policy. Chris Leslie, the shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury and by Len McCluskey, the leader of Unite, join us to discuss his speech. We also hear from the CEO of Tesco following the news that the company may have overstated it's projected profits by as much as £250m. And we have the latest from our correspondent on the Turkish Syrian border on the situation faced by Kurdish refugees fleeing the Islamic State.

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  • Scotland votes 'no' to independence

    Fri, 19 Sep 14

    Duration:
    59 mins

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    The NOs have it - the people of Scotland have voted to stay in the Union; .We get reaction from the streets of Edinburgh and Glasgow; And we ask what the result means for political change across the UK?

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  • Alice suspect is convicted murderer

    Thu, 18 Sep 14

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    45 mins

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    On the programme today we hear from the police officer in charge of the investigation into the disappearance of Alice Gross who has appealed for help tracking down a Latvian man suspected of involvement. We report on the hospitals that were built with the help of private investment which are now trying to get back into the public sector and we discuss the plans for a three day lock down in Sierra Leone to combat the spread of Ebola. We also hear from Scotland where there has been a large turnout by people voting in the Scottish referendum.

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  • Last minute campaigning as Scotland prepares for historic vote

    Wed, 17 Sep 14

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    46 mins

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    Last minute campaigning is taking place all over Scotland in the run-up to tomorrow's historic vote on independence; President Obama orders troops to help victims of Ebola virus; And Fifi - the female spy who tested other agents to see if they could keep their secrets.

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