Programmes

Last updated: 8 march, 2010 - 15:51 GMT

SuperPower: How and when to listen

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All times in GMT

Monday 8 March

0605 - click On/Off - (The World Today, World Service radio) - What happened when the BBC connected the Nigerian village of Gitana to the internet.

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part One of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1005 - click The Virtual Revolution (World Service radio) - The Cost Of Free - How business has colonised the web.

1032 - click The Power Of The Web (Health Check, World Service radio) - How the internet has helped disabled people in Samara, Russia.

1205 - click Netrimony (Outlook, World Service radio) - An inside look at the world's biggest marriage agency, to show how the internet is changing who - and how - we love.

1405 - click Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Sam Pitroda, adviser to the Indian Prime Minister.

2105 - click Blogworld (Newshour, World Service radio) - Reviews of what the world is blogging about throughout the two weeks of SuperPower.

Tuesday 9 March

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Two of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1205 - click Netrimony (Outlook, World Service radio) - An inside look at the world's biggest marriage agency, to show how the internet is changing who - and how - we love.

1405 - click Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Martha Lane Fox, founder of lastminute.com.

2105 - click Blogworld (Newshour, World Service radio) - Reviews of what the world is blogging about throughout the two weeks of SuperPower.

Wednesday 10 March

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Three of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1005 - click Netrimony (World Service radio) - Rajini Vaidy takes a behind the scenes look at Shaadi.com, Indias biggest dating website.

1032 - click Discovery (World Service radio) - Rory Cellan-Jones on the next generation of the internet - Web 3.0.

1205 - click Netrimony (Outlook, World Service radio) - An inside look at the world's biggest marriage agency, to show how the internet is changing who - and how - we love.

1405 - click Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Evgeny Morozov of Yahoo.

1805 - click World, Have Your Say (World Service radio) - A special debate from the WeMedia conference for citizen journalists in Miami, Florida.

2105 - click Blogworld (Newshour, World Service radio) - Reviews of what the world is blogging about throughout the two weeks of SuperPower.

Thursday 11 March

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Four of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1005 - click Hackers For Hire (World Service radio) - Who has the upper hand in the cyber war between criminals and the law?

1205 - click Netrimony (Outlook, World Service radio) - An inside look at the world's biggest marriage agency, to show how the internet is changing who - and how - we love.

1405 - click Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft.

2105 - click Blogworld (Newshour, World Service radio) - Reviews of what the world is blogging about throughout the two weeks of SuperPower.

Friday 12 March

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Five of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1005 - click Internet Cafe Hobo (World Service radio) - Nick Baker is in Fiji following the story of how an internet cafe changed a young Sydneysider's career.

1205 - click Netrimony (Outlook, World Service radio) - An inside look at the world's biggest marriage agency, to show how the internet is changing who - and how - we love.

1405 - click Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Ge Wang, professor at Stanford University specialising on how apps can connect people.

2105 - click Blogworld (Newshour, World Service radio) - Reviews of what the world is blogging about throughout the two weeks of SuperPower.

Saturday 13 March

0405 - click South By Southwest (The World Today, World Service radio) - Highlights from the cutting-edge culture and technology festival in Austin, Texas.

1405 - click Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Jose Rospars, the manager of Barack Obama's online campaign in 2008.

1832 - click The Interview (World Service radio) - Evan Williams, founder of Twitter.

Sunday 14 March

0732 - click The Interview (World Service radio) - Evan Williams, founder of Twitter.

0905 - click The Forum (World Service radio) - Exploring the world of ideas that the internet has inspired.

1205 - click Cracking Walls (Newshour, World Service radio) - How the internet is breaking down cultural boundaries between peoples in Iraq.

Monday 15 March

0605 - Josh Harris (The World Today, World Service radio) - Interview with the "father of webcasting."

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Six of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1005 - click The Virtual Revolution (World Service radio) - Homo Interneticus - Are our brains being rewired by the net?

1032 - click The Power Of The Web (Health Check, World Service radio) - How the internet has helped disabled people in Samara, Russia.

1205 - click Refugees Reunited (Outlook, World Service radio) - Disperate groups of peoples from around the world brought back in contact online.

1405 - Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google.

2105 - click Digital Democracy (Newshour, World Service radio) - Transparancy and online government.

Tuesday 16 March

0605 - click Afghan Bloggers (The World Today, World Service radio) - Can the internet help a country ravaged by war?

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Seven of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1032 - Digital Planet (World Service radio) - Special report on the technology developments being showcased at the South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.

1205 - click Refugees Reunited (Outlook, World Service radio) - Disperate groups of peoples from around the world brought back in contact online.

1405 - Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Philip Emeagwali, pioneer of the supercomputer.

2105 - click Digital Democracy (Newshour, World Service radio) - The digital tools allowing people access to the democratic process.

Wednesday 17 March

0605 - Public Policing (The World Today, World Service radio) - How a community uses the internet to moniter itself.

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Eight of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1005 - click Afghanistan Online (World Service radio) - How bloggers in Afghanistan hope increased online participation will help the country's development.

1205 - click Refugees Reunited (Outlook, World Service radio) - Disperate groups of peoples from around the world brought back in contact online.

1405 - Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia.

2105 - click Digital Democracy (Newshour, World Service radio) - The media, wiki-leaks - and why Iceland is an internet safe haven.

Thursday 18 March

0605 - click The Other Internet (The World Today, World Service radio) - Beyond China's great firewall.

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Part Nine of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1200 - click SuperPower Nation - The world's first multi-media and multi-lingual interactive programme as World Have Your Say joins Africa Have Your Say and colleagues in Arabic, Persian, and as many other languages.

1205 - click Internet Cafe Hobo (Outlook, World Service radio) - Nick Baker is embarking on a global journey – an ambitious multi-media project to draw a map round the world.

1405 - Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Daniel Ek, founder of Spotify.

2105 - click Digital Democracy (Newshour, World Service radio) - Governments and companies using social networks to generate artifical public relations wins.

Friday 19 March

0605 - click On/Off (The World Today, World Service radio) - John Sudworth in South Korea on how two Seoul families reacted when they lost their internet access for a week.

0850 - click How To Make Your First Billion (World Service radio) - Final part of the true stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up an internet company.

1005 - click Around The Firewall (World Service radio) - The nature of internet use in China, and those who are not satisfied with the limits their government puts on it.

1205 - Jogajog Bangladesh (Outlook, World Service radio) - Mark Dummett takes a look inside the special internet centres of Bangladesh.

1405 - Digital Giants (Newshour, World Service radio) - Victor Koo, founder of Youku - China's answer to YouTube.

2105 - click Digital Democracy (Newshour, World Service radio) - Inside the mind of an internet activist.

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