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Fergus Nicholl presents the programme live from the DNC in Philadelphia.
Outlook is in Rio to meet some of the city's most extraordinary characters. (R)
Was producer Tony Garnett's work motivated by the dark corners of his own life?
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Unlock a smartphone with a 3D printed fingertip (R)
Terror comes to suburban Mass; Clinton clinches nomination; Iraqi-Swedish band, Taraband
France Church Attack; Democrats Celebrate Clinton Nomination; Burundi Sexual Violence
Why is protectionism from both left and right so potent in US politics?
Argentine president declares national plan; Olympic refugee team; Sexual Violence Burundi
Hillary Clinton nomination; Argentina against gender violence; Catholic Youth Day Poland
Comment on tragic events in France; Democratic National Convention; Olympic refugees
Hillary Clinton becomes first woman to be nominated by major American political party.
In the summer of 1951 art historian John Richardson met Pablo Picasso for the first time.
The Sierra Leonean children expressing their views via an Ebola lifeline radio project (R)
The attack came 12 days after the attack in Nice in which 84 people were killed.
President Hollande meets religious leaders in the wake of the Rouen attack
Nia Vardalos wrote and starred in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, based on a true story.
Faith leaders call for more security at places of worship, deadly IS blast in Syria
Why is protectionism from both left and right so potent in US politics? (R)
Faith leaders call for unity; Germany's most hugged refugee; Ice Bucket breakthrough
Was producer Tony Garnett's work motivated by the dark corners of his own life? (R)
Hillary Clinton becomes first woman to be nominated by major American political party. (R)
Ex-fighter Boris Forero describes his journey from left wing guerrilla to psychologist
Manchester City boss says the players should choose their own captain.
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Pope says religion is not cause of war; murdered French priest remembered.
India's parliament passed a new bill banning child labour, except for family businesses.
Trump criticised for call to Russians to hack Clinton's emails; Pope warns world at war
Nia Vardalos wrote and starred in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, based on a true story. (R)
IS claims bomb attack on Qamishli; Man dies seeking hidden loot; Radicalisation helpline
When treating gunshot victims, could paramedics do more to save them by doing less.
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When treating gunshot victims, could paramedics do more to save them by doing less. (R)
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