Reports of more violence in Syria and a new years eve world footy phone in.
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Shot student Anuj Bidve's father tells us more should be done to get his son's body home.
Syria monitors criticised; Iran could close vital oil route; Dr Chris talks science.
Kim Jong-Il's funeral, and a look back at US sports and the Games industry in 2011.
Arab League monitors arrive in Syria. Will they stop the violence?
Dotun Adebayo looks back at highlights from a momentous year for world news. (R)
Dotun Adebayo looks back at highlights from a momentous year for world news.
News and features with Dotun Adebayo, as Christmas Day begins across the world.
Prince Philip's heart operation, dozens killed in Syria attacks and World Football chat.
New Zealand earthquakes, Pakistan anger over US apology, new music and 5 Live bikes.
Floyd Mayweather jailed; calls for Saif Gaddafi to get a lawyer; trains go to Afghanistan.
The man who shaped Iraq's constitution on why the government seems to be falling apart.
What now for South East Asia after Kim Jong Il's death, and political infighting in Iraq.
Reaction as the death of Kim Jong Il announced and the latest from Tahrir Square.
Boxing: Carl Froch fighting Andre Ward in Atlantic City.
World Football Phone-In Special - a four hour extravaganza.
Adebayo with world stories, including the Feltham and Heston by-election result live.
World stories including Dr Karl's science phone-in with Dotun Adebayo.
Giles Dilnot with world stories, plus American sport with Todd Ant and the US TV review.
Giles Dilnot has world stories, plus Outriders and archaeology.
Could Britain go Swiss the route with the EU? And disappointment in Durban.
Amir Khan's fight, Moscow protests, an environment deal, New York and the virtual jukebox.
What next for the UK in the EU; war warning in Sudan; India hospital fire latest.
Britain seems to be the stumbling block to a new EU agreement.
Eurozone; the President of Syria gives an interview; and Pearl Harbour remembered.
A Pearl Harbour survivor remembers and Natalie Wood's sister on her search for the truth.
New Eurozone credit alert, Afghan conference criticised, and scientists discover Earth 2.0
Preview of the Bonn conference on Afghanistan.
Herman Cain stands down; further problems for the Euro; Bollywood star Dev Anand dies.
Dotun Adebayo with global stories, the world football phone-in, and music discussion.
Eurozone, Clinton visit to Burma, new music, film phone in and breaking sports news.
Rhod Sharp with news from around the world, including the science phone-in with Dr Karl.