From the Utoya Massacre to Eurovision

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Norwegian-Somali singer Mohamed Abdi Farah talks to Jo Fidgen about recovering after the Utoya massacre and his hopes of representing Norway in the Eurovision Song contest.

American writer Gideon Lewis-Kraus remembers the day his rabbi father came out. His book is called A Sense of Direction.

The team behind Rwanda's cult radio soap opera Urunana on how they are changing lives. And, Keralan artist Ani Varnam explains why he decided to paint with his tongue - and his nose and his toes.

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Thu 6 Mar 2014 03:06 GMT

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