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How the relentless advance of computer logic is changing our world and the way we think.
Rajan asks why the network made changes to its live broadcast of the final US debate. (R)
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)
Venezuela crisis; Mosul offensive; Hostages freed by pirates
End of the "Jungle"; Islamic State under pressure; African Champions League.
Subway tunnels of 1970s New York and giant murals in Greece: Graffiti artists talk shop
Calais migrant camp closure; BBC investigation into Syrian child refugees; China politics
Closure of the Calais "Jungle" camp; Hispanic Vote in US; African Champions League
Demolishing Calais' migrant camp; Football's impact on memory; Mosul Offensive
Is corruption behind the latest crisis in DRC? Is more violence "all but inevitable"?
In 1961 a new generation of comic-book super heroes was launched in the US.
Earl Cameron, a key figure in British black cinema history talks about his long career (R)
There were clashes between the police and groups of migrants over the weekend.
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Subway tunnels of 1970s New York and giant murals in Greece: Graffiti artists talk shop (R)
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Stephen Sackur talks to the CEO of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, in Dublin. (R)
Is corruption behind the latest crisis in DRC? Is more violence "all but inevitable"? (R)
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French authorities have started to clear the migrant camp known as the "Jungle"
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American Tom Huntley was put in charge of policing other inmates when he was in jail (R)
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Peter Gibbs explores Ascension Island, a barren Atlantic rock made fertile by man (R)
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