5/5 In 2009, Chavez guaranteed his political future.
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4/5 Chavez's near-sequestration of the media proved an invaluable political tool.
3/5 Chavez's connection with Cuba grew ever closer.
2/5 In 2002, Chavez's presidency was rocked as the opposition united against him.
1/5 For the ministers working under Chavez, existence could be unpredictable.
5/5 Jared Diamond asks what traditional societies can teach us about living healthier lives.
4/5 What can traditional societies teach us about dealing with an ageing population?
3/5 Jared Diamond compares traditional societies' attitudes to children with those in the west
2/5 Jared Diamond asks what the west can learn from traditional societies about war and peace.
1/5 Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jared Diamond asks what traditional societies can teach us.
5/5 Mark Binelli asks if Detroit has a future and surprises even himself with the answer.
4/5 In the Detroit public school system, writer Mark Binelli finds a beacon of hope.
3/5 Writer Mark Binelli sits in on a gun proficiency and safety class in Detroit.
2/5 Writer Mark Binelli settles in to living in Detroit again and meets his new neighbours.
1/5 Mark Binelli returns to live in Detroit, after 16 years away, to see if it has a future.
5/5 Tracey traces her decision to prioritise motherhood over music and her return to pop.
4/5 Tracey traces her relationship with Ben Watt, the other half of Everything But The Girl.
3/5 Singer Tracey Thorn's memoir recalls ramshackle teenage bands, pop success and motherhood.
2/5 On her first day at university, 18-year-old Tracey answered a public address announcement.
1/5 Singer Tracey Thorn's memoir takes in punk, pop star success and her 30-year relationship.
5/5 Different kinds of families are constructed or conceived in different ways.
4/5 What happens to an ordinary family when a child commits extreme criminal behaviour?