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The enduring force of the Tropicalia movement which electrified Brazilian music
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
Iceland put its prime minister on trial, cleaned up its banks and jailed senior bankers
The InquiryHow Did Iceland Clean Up its Banks - and Why Can't We?
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Mexican wrestler Cassandro performs in drag and is challenging ideas of masculinity
The DocumentaryCassandro - Queen of Lucha Libre
Multiple award-winning Dutch writer Cees Nooteboom on his novel The Following Story
World Book ClubCees Nooteboom
Will Smith explains why he and his wife are boycotting the Oscars
The Arts HourSpotlight, Rokia Traoré, Will Smith
The historical and cultural significance of America's greatest game
SportshourSuper Bowl at 50: More Than Just a Game
Loaning, giving and taking culture in Iraq, India and Lebanon
The Cultural FrontlineCultural Give and Take
Meet Heidi Feek, Whiskey Shivers, Haas Kowert Tice - new stars of American roots music
Global BeatsGlobal Beats: Americana
Syrian refugees mass at border with Turkey, International Criminal Court blunder
Global News PodcastSyrian government "exterminating opponents"
El Nino in the Pacific is in full swing, threatening with flood, fire and famine
The incredible story of Gaby Gillespie who overcame murder, suicide and domestic abuse
OutlookSold into Marriage in Yemen at 13
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Exodus from Aleppo; meteorite in India; Hendrix meets Handel
NewshourTurkey under pressure to accept more refugees
Newshour's Razia Iqbal drops in on a tattoo parlour in Seabrook, New Hampshire
Trump Tattoos in New Hampshire
Swedish archaeologist Adam Boethius deduces recipe from ancient fish bones
The Stone Age origins of Nordic fish fermentation
Manfred Mohr, the godfather of digital art
The godfather of electronic art
With pork prices at an eight year low, many farmers are going out of business.
Pig farmers struggle with falling prices
Katy Watson reports from El Salvador on a novel way to stop mosquitoes breeding.
Zika: Can fish help stop the spread of the virus?
A new festival proving Malian music won't be suppressed.
'What is the best worldwide language today? Music.'
What if you could build a country where the policies actually worked? First stop for inspiration - Estonia. Listen and download.
News, sport, debate and highlights. Catch up live or after broadcast. Languages include Hausa, Kiswahili, and Somali.
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