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Why do populist Western politicians want warmer relations with Russia?
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The actress and director discusses her new film First They Killed My Father (R)
US Democrats elects Tom Perez as the new party chairman.
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Opposition parties in Russia plan Moscow march for today.
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The makers of a documentary about the history of eugenics in the US respond to listeners (R)
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Nicola Kelly joins Nubian mothers baptising their babies in Egypt’s river Nile (R)
Thousands of supporters of former Russian politician, Boris Nemtsov, gather in Moscow
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King Camp Gillette created the disposable razor. But his influence extends beyond shaving (R)
Astronomers have detected a record seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star (R)
Hundreds march in Moscow to remember Boris Nemtsov
Why do populist Western politicians want warmer relations with Russia? (R)
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Sarah Mulkerrins presents reaction to the EFL Cup final between Man Utd and Southampton.
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Nazis in 1930s America; Slobodan Milosevic on trial; attacks on Denmark's Little Mermaid. (R)
Star cricketers from New Zealand and the West Indies discuss the women's game.
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How we tamed one of the world's deadliest diseases and why it's coming back (R)
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Star cricketers from New Zealand and the West Indies discuss the women's game. (R)