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Rescuing forgotten images and an incredible journey inspired by a treasured photo
Spying on America's embassy in the USSR, the Mau Mau rebellion and the Aberfan disaster. (R)
We take a close look at Trump and Clinton's economic policy, with two of their advisers.
Jennifer Chevalier takes to the streets of Hamtramck, Americas Muslim City
What have we learned from three US Presidential debates?
We are moving towards a world where antibiotics no longer work. (R)
Art inspired by this year's US election and a return home for a lost choral work. (R)
AT&T to buy Time Warner; Human Cell Atlas; a new production of Amadeus
Former captain unveils football kit with inbuilt hijab; Mosul battle
Lucie Horsch and her debut album 'Vivaldi'; Calais 'Jungle' closure
Rescuing forgotten images and an incredible journey inspired by a treasured photo (R)
Stories from America's industrial rustbelt, the India/Pakistan border, Mexico and the CAR (R)
Jennifer Chevalier takes to the streets of Hamtramck, Americas Muslim City (R)
4/4 What will the UK vote to leave the EU mean for Northern Ireland and the rest of Ireland? (R)
A taxi driver’s rant - bemoaning the state of the nation - has gone viral in Egypt (R)
Rajan asks why the network made changes to its live broadcast of the final US debate. (R)
We take a close look at Trump and Clinton's economic policy, with two of their advisers. (R)
Why is it so hard to end the violence in Syria? (R)
The ethics, promise and pitfalls of genomic research (R)
IS militants enter western Iraqi town; Restaging Amadeus; Honduran activists murdered
What have we learned from three US Presidential debates? (R)
Earl Cameron, a key figure in British black cinema history talks about his long career
Chelsea v Manchester United from Stamford Bridge
The day's top stories from the Premier League and beyond.
Featuring music from London band Pumarosa and teen folk singer Billie Marten. (R)
Turkish artillery used against IS; freed hostages speak; a beginner's guide to Wallonia
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Are parents wrong to impose their own restrictive diets on their children? (R)
How the relentless advance of computer logic is changing our world and the way we think.
Stephen Sackur talks to the CEO of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, in Dublin.
Mike Williams asks why we donate organs and explores whether in the future we’ll need to. (R)
How many people die for every kilo of cocaine? (R)
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Subway tunnels of 1970s New York and giant murals in Greece: Graffiti artists talk shop