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Marian Partington whose sister was murdered by the Wests describes her spiritual journey.
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Pascale Harter introduces insight, wit and analysis from Angela Robson and Mary Harper.
Stephen Sackur speaks to French international footballer Louis Saha.
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We announce the regional winners of the Commonwealth Writers’ Prizes.
It is 35 years since one of the biggest movie franchises of all time hit cinema screens.
Kevin Fong looks at the birth of plastic surgery and its links to the air battles of WWII.
As Egypt prepares to go to the polls, we assess the economic state of the nation.
Pascale Harter with reflections from BBC correspondents Kevin Connolly and Fuschia Dunlop.
1/4 Will examines some of the most personal images in the Royal Collection.
For the first time America sends two monkeys into space and brings them back alive.
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Lady Gaga's gig in Indonesia may be cancelled due to pressure from religious authorities.
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The Dalit who defied the odds to become one of India's most successful businesswomen.
Economic vicious circle; Egypt gears up for elections; running with Kenya's Abel Kirui.
We find out about the latest films shown in competition at the 65th Cannes Film Festival.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
A painting of Jacob Zuma has been defaced and the sentencing of Dharun Ravi in the US.
In a special edition of Click, Gareth Mitchell examines the rise of video games.
Lyse Doucet in Egypt for presidential election; Michael Sandel on the power of markets
Wednesday 23 May 2012