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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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Brexit: Britain's Biggest Deal
Europe: Scotland's Dilemma
Britain after Brexit
Triggering Article 50: Jean-Claude Juncker Interview
Guy Verhofstadt, European Parliament's Chief Brexit Negotiator...
Laura Kuenssberg maps out the key issues facing Britain and Europe in the coming years.
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Allan Little reveals what leaving the EU could mean for workers and businesses in Moray.
David Dimbleby presents a special edition of Question Time from Birmingham.
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All Aboard India's Technicolour Dream Train
How Google is turning India's 163-year-old railway into a fibre optic network.
People with disabilities and mental health difficulties tell their own stories on stage.
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As President Trump takes office, BBC News teams report on the events shaping our world....
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As President Trump takes office, BBC News teams report on the events shaping our world.
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Ben Ferencz, Former Nuremberg Prosecutor
Have the Nuremberg trials made genocide less likely to be committed in the world of today?
The world's top scientists look at the growing menace created by dust storms.
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What is the state of sport? Sportspeople and industry insiders debate the issues.
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Get Out, The Salesman, Personal Shopper
Mark Kermode joins Jane Hill to give his take on the week's cinema releases.
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Allen Ault - Former Commissioner of Corrections, Georgia, USA...
Stephen Sackur talks a man who was once responsible for organising capital punishments.
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Rajan Datar visits Meghalaya and Assam in the largely undiscovered north east of India.
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Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
How Google is turning the India's 163-year-old railway into a fibre optic network.
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