When it comes to daily news, The World Tonight takes international events seriously and covers them in depth. Using the BBC's international network of correspondents we report on what is going on, put it in context and provide a forum for debate on the big issues facing us all. The presenter team is led by Ritula Shah. It is broadcast Monday to Friday at 10pm on BBC Radio 4 and lasts for 45 minutes.
Tue, 15 Apr 14
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Russian PM warns Ukraine on verge of civil war. Former counter-terrorism chief to lead inquiry into claims of Islamist schools plot.
Mon, 14 Apr 14
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Ukraine's government has appealed for help from UN peacekeepers as pro-Russian militants continue to tighten their grip on the east of the country. The Ukrainian ambassador to the UK tells this programme his people will fight if necessary. Birmingham City Council says its received more than two hundred complaints that radical Muslims may be influencing teaching at 25 schools. Also tonight, why students in Taiwan fear China, And is extreme sport bad for you?
Fri, 11 Apr 14
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Ukraine's government has promised to give eastern regions more power as it tries to end a standoff with pro-Russian separatists. We assess the offer - and discuss NATO's role in the region. Two former Culture secretaries Tessa Jowell and David Mellor swap notes on the essential requirements for the job. How cultured do you need to be? And the Irish ambassador reflects on an historic week for Anglo-Irish relations
Thu, 10 Apr 14
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Former Justice Minister Crispin Blunt questions the CPS case against MP Nigel Evans. The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry answers accusations of secrecy, and we look at the Jamaican debate on legalising marijuana.
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