The Syrian state news presenter who turned her back on the government

Extraordinary personal stories: today, Ola Abbas, a presenter on Syrian state-controlled radio and television for 22 years, on why she fled the country.

And we visit the children's home in Mongolia set up by Australian Didi Kalika.

She arrived in 1993 to teach yoga, but her life changed when she was confronted with thousands of children fending for themselves on the streets of Ulan Bator.

And we prepare for the ninetieth anniversary of BBC Radio with your messages to the future!

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