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Top-secret documents, released by the CIA, shine a light on intelligence advice
The InquiryWhat Does the President Need to know?
Deborah Moggach discusses her book Tulip Fever
World Book ClubDeborah Moggach - Tulip Fever
Mohamed Fahmy, the now freed former Al Jazeera English bureau chief in Cairo
HardtalkFormer Al Jazeera English Bureau Chief - Mohamed Fahmy
How Eleanor Roosevelt helped shape the role of First Lady
The DocumentaryEleanor Roosevelt
Graffiti is both an ancient and modern activity, but why do we do it?
The Why FactorGraffiti: Why do we do it?
What happens when science meets Hollywood?
DiscoveryThe Infinite Monkey Cage USA Tour: Los Angeles
Edward Snowden on hacking, Twitter's new boss, the case against Maldives' ex-president
NewshourEdward Snowden Interview
BBC News06/10/2015 06:00 GMT
Trans-Pacific free trade deal agreed / Nobel Prize rewards parasite disease research
AM: NATO warns Russia on Syria strikes
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
Eric Horvitz of Microsoft Research and Cynthia Breazeal of robotic firm Jibo discuss AI
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
The former UK prime minister Tony Blair talks about how to combat Islamic extremism.
Blair: Get organised to fight extremism
Clodagh Dunlop describes how terrifying it was being "locked in" inside her own body.
How I escaped from a locked-in syndrome
Jepchumba, discusses digital innovation and creativity in Africa
Building digital art in Africa
Martin Bengtsson a player who has suffered with depression reacts to Fifpro's report.
Is football doing enough to tackle depression?
Mexico's Jorge Campos discusses plans for a World Cup for legends to be hosted in 2017.
A World Cup for Legends - but Maradona's 'too old'
One of athletic's oldest and most contentious world records is 30 years old.
Can we believe Marita Koch’s world record?
How Didier Drogba campaigned for an end to civil war in 2005 - download this and many other iconic sporting anniversaries.
News, sport, debate and highlights. Catch up live or after broadcast. Languages include Hausa, Kiswahili, and Somali.
Henning Mankell discusses Faceless Killers, the first novel in the Wallander series, in an interview from 2011. Listen and download.