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Three billion years ago, life was suddenly transformed and plants and animals took over (R)
A rally staged by far right activists in Boston ends after protests.
4/5 Why is all known life built on carbon? (R)
The Philippines' drug war; calm in Guam; Cape Verde's new hopes; memories of Partition (R)
Kenyan-British artist Michael Armitage explores the visual spectacle of an election rally (R)
Space probes Voyager 1 and 2 are still operating after 40 years in the depths of space
The Iraqi Prime Minister has announced an offensive to reclaim Tal Afar from IS militants
Inside Romania’s live, web-camming world – the engine of the online sex industry (R)
Iraqi government announces operation against Islamic State in the town of Tal Afar
British man who tried to save one of the victims talks about his ordeal
President Trump and military advisors to discuss strategy for Afghanistan and South Asia
Is social media kindling or killing our relationship with food? (R)
5/5 The Crimean coast, where Russia meets Turkey, is a region of great strategic importance (R)
1/2 Climate change and security concerns are threatening one of Buddhism's most sacred sites (R)
Who is responsible for hosting hate and criminal activity online? (R)
One listener believes the focus on past election violence in Kenya was unnecessary (R)
A special mass takes place at Barcelona's Sagrada Familia to remember those killed
We could see the largest single movement of humans across US territory (R)
4/7 Elgar's popular 'Enigma' Variations and Purcell's choral 'Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes' (R)
Iraqi forces launch a ground offensive to retake the city from IS
Space probes Voyager 1 and 2 are still operating after 40 years in the depths of space (R)
Hollywood star Ethan Hawk talks about working with the British actress Sally Hawkins.
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Examining the mythology and psychology behind solar eclipses
Vic Galloway is joined at the Edinburgh Festival by six of the most exciting up-and-coming bands performing there. (R)
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Is biometrics the future of your password security? (R)
The ethics of fashion; the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974; and the "Bard of Bengal".
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Five personal accounts from the Freedom Riders of 1961. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to Mikheil Saakashvili who served two terms as Georgian President .
Two women in charge of museums in Amsterdam and Johannesburg.
How an artist changed our way of seeing (R)
Market research marked a shift from a producer-led to consumer-led approach to business (R)
Your questions about life, Earth & the universe tackled by a panel of experts. (R)
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