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World stories with Rhod Sharp as flooding in Australia continue to cause chaos.
Rhod Sharp presents. Including American Sport with Todd Ant.
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Global stories with Dotun Adebayo including science and Reading Between the Headlines.
A look back at the past twelve months on Up All NIght with Rhod Sharp and Dotun Adebayo.
An investigation after two parcel bombs explode in Rome, and Skype's 30 hour black out.
World stories with Rhod Sharp including Europe Desk and Dr Karl's Science Phone In.
Including Outriders, world weather and archaeology with Dotun Adebayo.
Why Danish doctors sat with their feet in vodka, and the book phone-in.
Dotun Adebayo with travellers waylaid by the snow, plus US gay military ban ends.
Madoff victims get billions back, and a festive edition of the world football phone-in.
Dotun Adebayo presents. Including the latest film releases with Rich Cline.
Giles Dilnot with the science phone-in, and news that the Canadian penny may be doomed.
Giles Dilnot with news of Silvio Berlusconi's political survival, plus US TV and sports.
The death of Richard Holbrooke, Michael Jackson's new album and a great song about maths.
The latest from Stockholm on the bombings, and a look back at John Lennon's life.
World stories, plus Amir Khan v Marcos Maidana for the WBA Light Welterweight title.
Dotun Adebayo presents. Including World Music, Dateline Singapore and Bollywood.
Rhod Sharp with world stories, including one family's six month technology detox.
The girl with Eleanor Roosevelt for a pen pal, and Jamie Cullum on Dave Brubeck.
Shark attacks and elections in Egypt, and Ashes updates. With Dotun Adebayo.
The New York Hour, news from the Ivory Coast, and Lynyrd Skynyrd on the virtual iPod.
Spanish air traffic controllers' strike, Ashes updates and World Football Phone-in.
World Cup reaction from Russia and Qatar, and regular updates on the Ashes.
US, British and Russian fears about the security of Pakistan's nuclear weapons.