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  1. 27/09/2014

    John Lloyd examines why the Arab-Israeli conflict attracts so much media attention, and...

    First broadcast: 27 Sep 2014

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  2. 24/09/2014

    Salena Godden visits blues and jazz-soaked Chicago to uncover the story of the unique 1...

    First broadcast: 24 Sep 2014

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  3. 23/09/2014

    Argentina’s Rock and Roll: Natalio Cosoy reports on his generation growing up in the sh...

    First broadcast: 23 Sep 2014

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  4. The Black Liberace

    The legacy of the great New Orleans piano player James Booker - aka the Black Liberace

    First broadcast: 17 Sep 2014

  5. Freedom Songs

    I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel to be Free became an anthem for the American Civil Rights

    First broadcast: 16 Sep 2014

  6. The Trial of Oscar Pistorius

    Audrey Brown tells the dramatic story of the trial of the athlete Oscar Pistorius

    First broadcast: 12 Sep 2014

  7. Clearing the Air

    The impact of smoke-free laws - on health and society - in Europe over the last decade

    First broadcast: 10 Sep 2014

  8. The Future of Women's Football

    Could women's football provide a new, more sustainable model to the men's game?

    First broadcast: 09 Sep 2014

  9. The Girls Britain Betrayed

    The child sex abuse scandal involving least 1,400 children in the town of Rotherham

    First broadcast: 07 Sep 2014

  10. Ata Kak and the Crate Diggers

    Giving Africa's obscure musical gems a new lease of life

    First broadcast: 03 Sep 2014

  11. Delivering the King's Speech

    The story of George VI's speech declaring war on Germany in 1939

    First broadcast: 02 Sep 2014

  12. Atlantic Crossing

    Air traffic controllers have guided trans-Atlantic flights since 1919

    First broadcast: 30 Aug 2014

  13. Poetry Idol

    The hugely popular televised competition to find the best poet in the Middle East

    First broadcast: 27 Aug 2014

  14. Native American News

    TV made in the US by tribal people and watched - at its height - by 50 million people

    First broadcast: 26 Aug 2014

  15. War, Lies and Audiotape

    Did President Johnson take his country to war with Vietnam on a lie, or was he misled?

    First broadcast: 23 Aug 2014

  16. Grapes of Wrath Revisited

    The classic novel, a parable of America's Great Depression, as applied to the US today

    First broadcast: 19 Aug 2014

  17. Roots Reggae and Rebellion

    How Rastafari turned from an ostracised religious sect into a global phenomenon

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  18. A Day in the Life of an Immigration Lawyer

    Harjap Singh Bhangal gives advice to migrants seeking visas to work and live in Britain

    First broadcast: 12 Aug 2014

  19. Damming Afghanistan: Lost Stories from Helmand

    Monica Whitlock tells the unexpected story of the Helmand valley dam complex

    First broadcast: 09 Aug 2014

  20. Afghanistan Death Lists

    A list of people killed by the authorities in Afghanistan has been unearthed

    First broadcast: 06 Aug 2014

  21. Colombia's Lost Children

    The ex-guerrilla fighters in Colombia looking for the children they had to give up

    First broadcast: 05 Aug 2014

  22. A Tale of Two Theatres

    A guide through the politically charged arts scene of Turkey

    First broadcast: 30 Jul 2014

  23. Yemen’s Swap Marriages

    Yemen’s sibling ‘swap’ marriages, where if one couple divorces, the other has to do too

    First broadcast: 29 Jul 2014

  24. Open Eye: Crying Meri

    How men are getting way with murder and violence against women in Papua New Guinea

    First broadcast: 26 Jul 2014

  25. I Don't Remember the War

    Six young writers explore a great grandparent's involvement in World War One

    First broadcast: 26 Jul 2014

  26. The War Widows of Afghanistan

    British and Afghan women share their stories of being widowed by the same war

    First broadcast: 23 Jul 2014

  27. At the End of Death Row

    Following recent botched executions, what is the future of the death penalty in the US?

    First broadcast: 22 Jul 2014

  28. Three Continents, Three Generations

    The experiences of Kenyan Asians from Empire, identity, discrimination and migration

    First broadcast: 16 Jul 2014

  29. Back to Charm School

    Can Glaswegian native charm be given a polish in time for the Commonwealth Games?

    First broadcast: 15 Jul 2014

  30. No Destination

    Satish Kumar relives his 8000 mile walk for world peace, from New Delhi to Washington DC

    First broadcast: 12 Jul 2014

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