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1/2 Exploring the notion that soap operas shape societies in subtle but profound ways.
Is fracking, a way of extracting oil and gas, safe? Two new reports answers some issues
How the US sprinter, Michael Johnson, shattered the 200m record at the 1996 Olympics.
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1/2 Imam Khalid Latif considers what happens when world religions change their minds.
A celebration of how Shakespeare staged the world and the world has staged Shakespeare
The IMF increased its lending firepower to $1 trillion this weekend, but is that enough?
Reports from Pakistan and india, presented by Pascale Harter.
Zoë Wanamaker, actor, talks about her family's artistic obsession - Shakespeare
Polish director Malgorzata Szumowska discusses her film Elles, starring Juliette Binoche
How a court case ruined the 19th century playwright and wit.
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The South Korean parted from his wife and family for twenty years.
Sudan bombs South Sudan; Cyber-attack on Iran's Oil Ministry; Genghis Khan comes to London
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Can the heroic age of Antarctic exploration show the way back to the Moon?
Is war in Sudan unstoppable? escape from N. Korea gulag; and tsunami football in Alaska
Tuesday 24 April 2012