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Monica Grady says the Philae lander could provide answers to our solar system's origins.
HARDtalk speaks to the man who has been called America’s greatest living crime writer.
Vice-president of the IAAF,Lord Coe discusses doping in athletics.
Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai tells the BBC she is considering a political career.
HARDtalk speaks to Thuli Madonsela, South Africa’s Public Protector.
The prominent Egyptian writer on his struggle for democracy.
HARDtalk speaks to Cornel West, writer, academic and fierce critic of President Obama.
The classical actor on being raised in apartheid South Africa
UN envoy Robert Serry says Israel-Palestine peace efforts are reaching "dramatic moments"
Former foreign policy adviser Vali Nasr criticises the Obama administration.
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.
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