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Does the West have a coherent strategy in Syria?
HardtalkGerman Defence Minister - Ursula von der Leyen
On Air Now Start Time 19:06 - End Time 19:30
Sam York meets Jacques Attali, who predicted the music industry’s crisis back in 1976.
The DocumentaryThe Pop Star and the Prophet
Has the 'Decade of the Roma Inclusion' succeeded?
The DocumentaryRoma: A Decade On
The White House has described Russia’s action in Syria as motivated by 'weakness'
The InquiryIs Russia Vulnerable?
Brian Cox and Robin Ince take to the stage in Chicago, to discuss fossils and evolution
DiscoveryThe Infinite Monkey Cage USA Tour: Chicago
Why are there still so few female engineers and technology executives?
Business DailyAda Lovelace Day
Why Edward Snowden exposed the mass surveillance by American and British intelligence
The DocumentaryAn Interview with Edward Snowden
BBC News13/10/2015 01:00 GMT
Wikileaks founder still in embassy; Turkey's deepening disarray; Sistine Chapel choir
NewshourLondon Police End 24 Hour Watch on Julian Assange
On 12 October 1915 a British nurse was executed by German troops during World War One
WitnessThe Death of Edith Cavell
Why does commuting make us the people we are and how?
The Why FactorWhy Does Commuting Make us the Way we Are?
Microsoft wows its critics with new Windows 10 devices. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones.
Tech TentMicrosoft Wows with Windows
Special reports, news and a Silicon Valley debate on Artificial Intelligence
Will humans soon be using robots as sex partners? Plus Russia and US - rivals in Syria?
World Have Your SaySex and Robots
The rewards and challenges of AI and how it is changing our world
Robots building air planes, robot ethics, clothes shopping with a robot
Business DailyJobs for Robots
Modern extreme farming where 10 different robots look after a herd of 250 cows
AI on the Farm
Microsoft's office robots, Expedia's big data, Seattle's busy ports
Business DailyRobots in Seattle
How almost any surface can be turned into a musical instrument with Mogees.
Bruno Zamborlin demonstrates the musical potential of Mogees
Not so Rock 'n Roll anymore? The changing demands of an ageing rock band.
After more than 60 years, Playboy says it's going to stop publishing nude photos.
Potted history of Playboy
Photographer Christian Richter photographs abandoned buildings in Eastern Germany.
Photographing abandoned buildings in Germany
Author Kathy Lette explains how Playboy became a pioneer of feminism in the 1950s.
No more naked women in Playboy magazine
French journalist Catherine Guilyardi talks about the future of Charlie Hebdo magazine
Is Charlie Hebdo dead?
A library of the world's top authors including Maya Angelou, Amitav Ghosh, Neil Gaiman and PD James. Listen and download.
News, sport, debate and highlights. Catch up live or after broadcast. Languages include Hausa, Kiswahili, and Somali.
Edward Snowden explains his motives for revealing details of US and British surveillance and his theories on their activity. Listen and download.