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Cashing in or selling out? Are day-night Tests good for cricket?
A major toy brand admits its app store database has been hacked
Inspiring, challenging and surprising: experiences of women journalists around the world (R)
Insight into the Paris summit, Yemen's war, the Pope in the C.A.R. and Malta-UK relations
Music as political persuasion in Burkina Faso and India
Should scientists be tinkering with our genetic inheritance? (R)
Turkey's missile has blasted friendship with Moscow and hit the war on IS in Syria.
The (not so) secret lives of America’s wild mushroom hunters
Stéphane Serrade's son Hugo was killed in the Bataclan on Friday 13th November.
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A review of the week with the latest news.
The economics of breastfeeding and working mothers.
Recalling a women-only concentration camp, a mystery US hijack and tough times in Cuba.
Despite being crowned African champions, South Africa's hockey teams won't be going to Rio
Turkey's missile has blasted friendship with Moscow and hit the war on IS in Syria. (R)
Music as political persuasion in Burkina Faso and India (R)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Huw Stephens talks to Slaves and SOAK about their nominations for the Mercury Prize 2015
Premier League goals and sporting debate with Lee James and the Sportsworld team.
Manchester City v Southampton from The Ethiad Stadium
The day's top stories from the Premier League and beyond.
Thousands explained why they left Islam online, but some found the discussion ‘hateful’.
Do media outlets fairly represent women both in front of and behind the microphone?
The (not so) secret lives of America’s wild mushroom hunters (R)
Debate: Why and how news is failing women, and what can be done to change the situation? (R)
London’s midwives deliver babies born to mothers from around the world. How do they cope? (R)
Women truck drivers working in a male dominated industry
On the eve of the COP21 meeting in Paris, a look at the challenges of climate consensus
Grundtvig immigration and Denmark
Careers Service: An accidental journalist and the man who pitched a film in his underwear!
Recalling a women-only concentration camp, a mystery US hijack and tough times in Cuba. (R)
The Inquiry gets beyond the headlines to explore the trends, forces and ideas shaping the world.
The economics of breastfeeding and working mothers. (R)
A Nigerian journalist and student discuss their arrival and making a life in the UK
Women truck drivers working in a male dominated industry (R)
Nicole Jacinto asks how her fellow Filipinos are responding to climate change (R)