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The spiritual bond between the Sami people of Northern Europe and the land, sea and air. (R)
Why do so many economic and business forecasts fail to correctly map the future?
Stumped brings you an in-depth preview of the Lord's showpiece.
What is the impact of more people around the world living longer lives? (R)
A solar eclipse rallied Americans around science. Could it again?
White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigns
A look at the highs and lows of the first six months of the Trump presidency
Germany issues warnings that Turkey is not a safe place to do business
The man who says he killed Osama Bin Laden
The attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare fails in the Senate.
Navigating the line between funny and offensive
Mani Djazmi hosts a special sportshour from the Queen Elizabeth Park in London.
Why do so many economic and business forecasts fail to correctly map the future? (R)
Poland's Senate backs an overhaul of the Supreme Court, despite street protests
Highlights from the BBC Introducing stage at the world renowned Glastonbury Festival
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
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What does the phenomenon of livestreaming tell us about modern China? (R)
A freelance journalist reveals the process behind finding stories and getting them on air
In the summer of 1967, thousands of hippies descended on San Francisco
How a teenager fought to save France
How some legal creativity has created vast wealth down the centuries
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Endurance amid hostile conditions - in Gaza, Alaska, South Africa and the Black Sea
A solar eclipse rallied Americans around science. Could it again? (R)
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Every single second, 20,000 single-use drinking bottles are sold around the world (R)
How much of the justice system could be replaced by technology? (R)
The attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare fails in the Senate. (R)
Quantifying all our plastic waste reveals a large, and growing, environmental problem. (R)
6/6 Anu Anand is in Lyon, looking at what we eat and drink and the risk of bowel cancer (R)
Endurance amid hostile conditions - in Gaza, Alaska, South Africa and the Black Sea (R)
Navigating the line between funny and offensive (R)
6/6 The creation and capture of Mughal India’s coveted Peacock Throne
On the frontline with the female Kurdish fighters liberating Raqqa and themselves (R)
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