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A new, monthly programme which brings together the BBC's on-air editors, each a specialist in their field, to answer some of the big questions about what's happening in the world. Presented on location by World Affairs Editor John Simpson

In this programme, John Simpson is in Baghdad and asks: Does Iraq have a future? The BBC's Economics Editor, Stephanie Flanders, examines whether London is bad for Britain. Home Editor, Mark Easton, wonders: whatever happened to the teenage rebel. And Science Editor, David Shukman, asks: Does extinction really matter?

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30 minutes

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Sun 31 Mar 2013 14:30

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Role Contributor
PresenterJohn Simpson
PresenterStephanie Flanders
PresenterMark Easton
PresenterDavid Shukman
Series ProducerPeter Leng
Executive ProducerPaul Royall
Executive ProducerKaty Searle
ProducerPeter Leng
ProducerSara Afshar
ProducerMichael O'Connor
ProducerKate Stephens
Camera OperatorDuncan Stone
Camera OperatorJulius Peacock
Camera OperatorJoe Phua
Camera OperatorCarl Ward