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The penguin, cage fighter and an airman with a secret
America's fight against communism; giant China earthquake; riots in Liverpool; Picasso. (R)
Turning the laws of economics upside down in the search for growth.
Will Grant reports from both sides of the border in Hispaniola.
How did the US Supreme Court become the most powerful institution of American politics?
How to bring thousands of jungle fighters into society after 50 years of conflict (R)
Reclaiming national narratives in the UK and Jamaica. (R)
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The penguin, cage fighter and an airman with a secret (R)
Stories of survival against the odds in South Sudan, the Balkans, Cuba and the Maldives (R)
Will Grant reports from both sides of the border in Hispaniola. (R)
5/6 How is Germany dealing with hundreds of thousands of new migrants? (R)
A photoshopped image of Mark Zuckerberg wounded by a pellet gun is trending in Kashmir. (R)
A listener is frustrated by the amount of promotional information before the news (R)
Turning the laws of economics upside down in the search for growth. (R)
Victor Kruglov is a Russian agent in Hollywood. But he is no secret. (R)
1/7 Andrew McGregor presents specially selected broadcasts from the 2016 BBC Proms concerts. (R)
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How did the US Supreme Court become the most powerful institution of American politics? (R)
Mark Rylance talks about playing the title role in The BFG
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1/2 The new Caribbean sounds starting with Soca in Barbados and Trinidad (R)
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Cakes on a plane. Mangetout in motion. How does our food move around the world? (R)
Why do we share-is it just survival or is it values based?
What is the legacy of the CIA's extraordinary rendition programme?
As auto-piloted cars begin tests Mike Williams asks if we will miss driving? (R)
How can the techniques of computer science help us in everyday life? (R)
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Two magicians from Singapore and Canada talk card tricks and dazzling sleight of hand