What now at Qantas, should British ships be armed, and the Words Phone-in.
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The latest on the floods in Thailand, Qantas grounds flights and a New York conversation.
World stories, including what's making the charts around the world.
2011's Nobel Prize-winning economist discusses the Eurozone's economic plan.
A 'three-pronged approach' to resolving the Eurozone debt crisis.
Coalition talks begin in Tunisia as the democratic election results are published.
Turkey earthquake and David Cameron suffers rebellion on Europe referendum vote.
Earthquake in Turkey, the liberation of Libya and elections in Argentina and Tunisia.
Up All Night with Dotun Adebayo. Rescue plan for eurozone announced. Libya election date.
Up All Night goes to St Paul's Cathedral to talk to the anti-capitalists protestors.
Dotun hears reaction from Libyans in London to the death of Colonel Gaddafi.
Dozens of exotic animals killed in Ohio, violence during protests in Athens.
Reaction to the release of Gilad Shalit, protests in Chile and our weekly games feature.
Flooding in Central America, latest from Libya and Peter Bowes' West Coast roundup.
British racing driver killed; St Paul's protest; and Israel releases Palestinian prisoners
Global protests, New York Talks and the Virtual Jukebox.
More news and features from around the world with Dotun Adebayo.
Rugby World Cup semi-final previews, the world football phone-in and F1 practice session.
The father of the Israeli soldier held captive in Gaza for over five years; New Music.
Eight are dead following shootings in California. Plus, is it the end for Blackberry?
Rhod Sharp with world stories, plus American sport with Todd Ant and the US TV review.
Coptic Christians mourn in Egypt, New Zealand oil slick and world's biggest virus is found
The oil spill reaches shore in New Zealand and more than 20 people killed in Egypt.
The battle for Sirte continues and Thailand's floods could soon hit Bangkok.
We ask whether Sirte is about to fall and we compare economic protests around the world.
John Wayne's son Ethan on auctioning his dad's cowboy hat and True Grit eye patch.
Steve Jobs's death is announced. Sarah Palin confirms she won't be running for president.
New York helicopter crash, Amanda Knox returns to Seattle and Tories and cats.
Amanda Knox walks free and protests spread across the US.
Debt default looms closer for Greece and a bad night for Nottingham Forest.
Hundreds of people protesting against the banks are arrested in New York.