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Dotun Adebayo with global stories, and the world football phone-in.
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Dotun Adebayo with world stories, music interviews, medical news and the Friday phone-in.
News from around the world with Rhod Sharp. Two die in Brazil stadium accident.
The Scottish government outlines its vision to convince people to vote for independence.
Geneva talks 'best chance' for Syria says US Secretary of State, John Kerry.
There are reports of an explosion in Belfast city centre.
Dotun Adebayo presents. A deal is reached in Geneva on Tehran's nuclear programme.
Dotun Adebayo hosts the world football phone-in, plus Ashes updates.
With Dotun Adebayo. Three women 'held as slaves for 30 years'.
UK 'let NSA store email addresses'.
Toronto's mayor has decided to 'go to war'.
Could Monty Python be about to reform?
Fay Weldon pays tribute to Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing who has died aged 94.
Aid begins to reach tens of thousands of people in the Philippines.
China announces major economic and social reforms; the prime minister speaks in Sri Lanka.
A senior US commander says the Philippines aid effort is at an 'unprecedented level'.
The Commander of HMS Daring en route to the Philippines, plus a $140M painting.
The latest on Haiyan, abuse in the US military and the Rabbi who found $98,000 in a desk.
Typhoon Haiyan hits Vietnam; the 12-year-old British First World War soldier at the Somme.
Police fear 10,000 people have died in Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
At least 100 people are reported killed by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
One of the strongest storms ever recorded hits the Philippines.
News from around the world with Rhod Sharp and the science phone-in with Dr Karl.
The mayor of Toronto publicly apologises for smoking crack.
Police in the United States hunt a gunman after shots are fired in a shopping mall.
A Muslim community leader in London is sentenced to death by a Bangladeshi tribunal.
Pakistan accuses the US of sabotaging peace talks by killing top Taliban commander.
Reaction as the death is announced of the Pakistan Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud.
Mobile phone use on US planes, 'Stop and Frisk', and smoking in New York.