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Donald Trump cancels plans for a tower in Georgia. Is it business or geo-politics?
Analysis of Donald Trump on inauguration day, plus latest from the Gambia
The former holders of high office reluctant to leave their grand official residences (R)
How they are redesigning the road system to reclaim the city from cars in Barcelona
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma discuss the challenges facing the sport.
What future for Turkey, facing insecurity at home and conflict abroad? (R)
The outlines of what Britain wants when it leaves the EU have become clearer.
Donald Trump cancels plans for a tower in Georgia. Is it business or geo-politics? (R)
The Trump era begins; The Gambia's president agrees to stand down; French socialists
Donald Trump becomes the 45th US president and Afghanistan's first all-female orchestra
A view from a Trump supporter in Washington DC and the anti-Trump 'pussyhat' protests
We speak to a man who drank his food for 30 days, and explore liquefied food.
How they are redesigning the road system to reclaim the city from cars in Barcelona (R)
How does Britain’s National Health Service recruit its staff?
Donald Trump's foray into American football and the effect it had on the sport
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There are over 500 breeds of dog – but are they really as different as they seem?
The outlines of what Britain wants when it leaves the EU have become clearer. (R)
What makes a great inauguration speech and is plagiarism forgivable?
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How has Van Morrison’s music influenced people’s lives?
Premier League goals and sporting debate with Lee James and the Sportsworld Team.
Stoke City v Manchester United from the Bet365 Stadium.
The day's top stories from the Premier League and Africa Cup of Nations.
What makes a great inauguration speech and is plagiarism forgivable? (R)
How do you go online if flashing lights could hurt you?
The tale of antibiotics is a cautionary one, and economic incentives are often to blame
Péricles Silveira’s magical play from Brazil, winner of the 25th International Radio Playwriting Competition.
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Why are so many people in democracies showing hostility towards establishment power?
The mystery of a 30-year-old black box recorder and a mayor changing attitudes to HIV
There are over 500 breeds of dog – but are they really as different as they seem? (R)
Surviving IS in Iraq, a blasphemy row in Indonesia, Hong Kong's identity, Namibia's pride
What is it like to wrestle with your faith and still stay true to your sexuality? (R)
The 90th anniversary of the BBC’s first radio football commentary in 1927
Slavery on US TV, peace in El Salvador, Hrant Dink's murder; and Dungeons and Dragons.
How does Britain’s National Health Service recruit its staff? (R)