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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)
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Anti-Trump demonstrations; the Jaipur Literature Festival; conservation in Cambodia
New White House press secretary accuses the media; Syria peace talks; Communist fashions
President Jammeh of The Gambia leaves country; France's Socialist Party; Beslan play
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Rajan Datar puts listeners’ questions to the series producer of World Questions
Surviving IS in Iraq, a blasphemy row in Indonesia, Hong Kong's identity, Namibia's pride (R)
President Trump accuses media of being dishonest over inauguration crowds
The Why Factor asks why some people believe in conspiracy theories and whether it matters
The tale of antibiotics is a cautionary one, and economic incentives are often to blame (R)
Péricles Silveira’s magical play from Brazil, winner of the 25th International Radio Playwriting Competition. (R)
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Slavery on US TV, peace in El Salvador, Hrant Dink's murder; and Dungeons and Dragons. (R)
Two women who take tourists off the beaten track in Nepal and South Africa.
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Rajan Datar puts listeners’ questions to the series producer of World Questions (R)
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The Why Factor asks why some people believe in conspiracy theories and whether it matters (R)
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Two women who take tourists off the beaten track in Nepal and South Africa. (R)