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Hear from inside Libya and Algeria as the Arab Spring continues.
BBC Radio 5 live
Reaction to Algeria's decision to help Colonel Gaddafi's family take refuge from Libya.
World news and sport, plus the books phone-in. With Dotun Adebayo.
With Dotun Adebayo. Hurricane Irene, plus Oscar Pistorius runs in South Korea.
Evidence of atrocities in Libya, and America braces itself for an 'historic' storm.
250 people escape from Tripoli, charting Hurricane Irene and the tale of a diamond dog.
Rebels try to find Gaddafi, Apple loses its core and why railways don't have gaps any more
Further gains for Libyan rebels, the earth moves in Virginia and what's in a name in India
More violence in Tripoli and Colonel Gaddafi's son says his father is safe and well.
Crowds welcome rebel forces into Tripoli but the whereabouts of Gaddafi remain unknown.
Up All Night is live in Tripoli as fighting sweeps the streets of the city.
Dotun Adebayo with world stories, including what's making the charts around the world.
Calls for Assad to step down, stock markets keep falling, and Israeli airstrikes hit Gaza.
The Somali famine could cause 400,000 deaths, plus the battle for a Libyan oil refinery.
Rhod Sharp with world stories, plus American sport with Todd Ant and the US TV review.
Rhod Sharp with world stories, including web news and archaeology.
Dotun Adebayo with world stories. Plus science news, the book phone-in and archive audio.
Dotun Adebayo with world stories, including the New York hour, and the virtual jukebox.
Up All Night's Youth Parliament's take on the riots & Jamie Stangroom's look at New Music.
Calm returns to England's cities and stock markets falter.
Rhod Sharp with the latest information on the rioting spreading through England.
Up All Night is live across London, Birmingham, Bristol and Liverpool as rioting spreads.
Disturbances across North London continue and the 94th book goes onto the shelf.
Tottenham violence, soldiers killed in helicopter crash, US debt and the virtual jukebox.
America's credit rating downgraded; polar bear kills student; the world football phone-in.
We chat with a man who interviewed Ted Bundy on death row, preview the Edinburgh Fringe.
Egypt's former president appears in court, Dr Karl talks UFOs, and a hackers' conference.
US debt deal approved in the House, violence in Syria and 150 years of weather forecasting