A daily digest of news and features presented by Dan Damon.
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Dan Damon explores the aerial world of the American sculptor, Alexander Calder.
France pays tribute to lives lost on 13 November; Dan visits Swedish refugee centre
Pope criticises greed in Kenya; Lives of Saudi women; New Shakespeare theory
Dan interviews the Swedish Minister of Justice and Migration, Morgan Johansson
Stockholm to change rules on refugees
How Sweden is coping with migrants from Syria and elsewhere
Waste-powered house; A post-antibiotic world; Mayor of Molenbeek
The cost of closing down Brussels; Pope in Uganda; The Paris attacks symbol
Sun 22 Nov 2015
Dan goes deep into a forest to experience "immersive theatre".
Fri 20 Nov 2015
Guests held hostage at Radisson Blu; Whither EU's passport-free travel?
Thu 19 Nov 2015
Some freedoms may be curtailed for longer
Wed 18 Nov 2015
Did Belgium intelligence fail?; Parisians proclaim 'tous au bistro'
Tue 17 Nov 2015
More raids overnight by French police
Mon 16 Nov 2015
150 raids carried out by French authorities
Sun 15 Nov 2015
Using trivia to bring a relatively mundane matter - Britain's 124 postcodes - to life
Sat 14 Nov 2015
Dan in Belfast; "No joy" in learning for South Korean students
Fri 13 Nov 2015
The Russian military in Syria; Migrant family reaches Athens; My mother's suicide
Thu 12 Nov 2015
Hungary's repatriation pipeline; Where's Wally? There's Wally!
Wed 11 Nov 2015
The families in the 'murder capital of the world'; Using mobile phones to cure cancer
Tue 10 Nov 2015
Ugandan gays threatened in Kenya; Gum Wall of Seattle gets a makeover
Mon 9 Nov 2015
Dan Damon visits Belfast to hear what's led to resignations and recriminations.
Sun 8 Nov 2015
An internationally famous orchestra takes up a residency in a gay pub in London
Fri 6 Nov 2015
Prime minister of Ethiopia on Eritrea's migrant crisis, Nigerian sculpture seized
Thu 5 Nov 2015
Pay bankers to promote women; Sierra Leone close to ebola-free status
Wed 4 Nov 2015
French take on 'sick leave'; Mystery deaths of the Saiga; Woman self-powers world trip
Tue 3 Nov 2015
Ahmed Chalabi dies; Saving Baghdad's sounds; Foo Fighters play for Italian super-fans
Mon 2 Nov 2015
Turkey elections; China ends one-child policy; The power of authority figures
"Specific impact" in Egypt plane crash; Seeing through walls; Return of 'Voice-O-Graph'
Sun 1 Nov 2015
A new exhibition explores the mind and impossible images of this "utterly unique" artist
Fri 7 Aug 2015
Teen talks man out of suicide; Bangladesh blogger killed; Owners of defecating dogs
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