. Victoria Derbyshire, 09/10/2015
The team look into how tech is being used to analyse the large-scale movement of people.
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Mark Kermode gives his take on the best and worst of the week's film and DVD releases.
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Nick Higham talks to Matt Ridley about his new novel The Evolution of Everything.
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Stephen Sackur asks Don McCullin if he believes photographs can change the world.
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Yalda Hakim investigates why South Koreans are reluctant to bring up someone else's child.
Has the BBC reflected the anger of junior doctors over their proposed new contract?
Stephen Sackur talks to Jean-Marie Le Pen, founder of the National Front party in France.
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Live from Singapore, the essential business news as it breaks.
We teach our own AI to walk, plus a look at the tech that may one day replace your job.
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Hardtalk speaks to EU commissioner for migration and home affairs Dimitris Avramopoulos.
Christa Larwood introduces some of the team's favourite stories from the last few months.
Why does Jonathan Franzen hate so much of the culture around him?
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Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
Stephen Sackur speaks to Mohamed Fahmy, former Al Jazeera English bureau chief in Cairo.
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
The latest business news with informed analysis from the world's financial centres.