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Former home secretary on whether Ed Miliband has the right identity to lead the party.
The former Pakistani president says the charges against him are politicised.
Dr Geraldine O’Hara on her recent trip to Sierra Leone treating Ebola patients.
Actor Alan Cumming talks about how his father physically abused him as a child.
Russia's former prime minister Mikhail Kasyanov warns of an economic meltdown.
Sir Nicholas Winton explains how he helped bring more than 600 children to the UK.
Kuwaiti artist and poet on how violence and love are perceived in the Muslim world.
The Syrian National Coalition president says people feel the regime is not being tackled.
Dr Mowaffak al-Rubaie calls for an intensification of air strikes against Islamic State.
Surgeon Atul Gawande wants to change the way doctors think - and talk - about death.
Zimbabwe’s Minister for Tourism and Hospitality Industry on first lady's political future
The guitarist and singer of the band Status Quo explains what led him to take drugs.
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Former executioner Dr Allan Ault tells Stephen Sackur why he is now campaigning against the death penalty.
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The Alaskan village set to disappear under water in a decade.
Read Stephen Sackur's report on his visit to Alaska as part of HARDtalk on the Road.
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