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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)
Gunmen attack Quetta college; Calais "jungle" clearing; American Muslim voters and Trump
Dozens killed in gun attack in Quetta; Kenya death penalty debate; China's robots
2/2 Maggie Aderin-Pocock looks at the surprising history of African space exploration
Over fifty have died in attack in Quetta; Battle for Mosul; American Muslim and Trump
Gunmen attack police college in Quetta; Calais "Jungle" clearing; Kenya death penalty
Gun attack in Quetta; Australian theme park deaths; Latest on battle for Mosul
As sterling wilts and imported guitar prices rise, should we fret about "currency wars"?
BBC archive recordings of WW1 veterans talking about their experience of shell shock.
Philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah gives lectures on Creed, Country, Colour and Culture
A major security operation lasted for hours and all attackers were killed.
Pakistan suicide attack; Heathrow expansion; and Kuznetsova's haircut
Natasha Annie Tonthola is campaigning against an initiation ceremony for girls in Malawi.
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2/2 Maggie Aderin-Pocock looks at the surprising history of African space exploration (R)
Dozens killed at Quetta police college; Heathrow runway approved; Tomb Raider anniversary
From Komodo dragons to Dutch pigs – some promising solutions to the antibiotics crisis (R)
As sterling wilts and imported guitar prices rise, should we fret about "currency wars"? (R)
How many people die for every kilo of cocaine processed, shipped & distributed?
A preview of the World Series game one between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians
People in Quetta discuss an attack that killed at least 59 police cadets and guards
Europe's busiest airport is to grow as a third runway is approved at London's Heathrow.
Natasha Annie Tonthola is campaigning against an initiation ceremony for girls in Malawi. (R)
More migrants dying; Vatican opens Argentina's 'Dirty War' files; Man Booker prize winner
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How the relentless advance of computer logic is changing our world and the way we think (R)
How tension between Hungary and the USSR turned into a battle at the 1956 Olympics.
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HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to Bulgaria's foreign minister, Daniel Mitov.
Fairphone, the ethical mobile phone (R)
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