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Pascale Harter hears from Portia Walker and Alan Johnston about local heroes and villains.
Eighteen months ago, Robin Gibb joined Stephen Sackur in the Hardtalk studio.
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Harriett meets the UK designer behind the internationally acclaimed Seed Cathedral.
Thirty-five years ago, gunmen took 105 young children hostage in a school in Holland.
Angus Crawford joins Bangladeshis working to halt the illegal practice of child brides.
We meet the mountain scientists trying to fill the holes in our understanding of glaciers.
Roger Hearing is joined by the BBC’s Kate Adie and Baria Alamuddin from Al-Hayat.
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How Viagra is fast becoming a lucrative black market trade in Kabul
Ruth McDonald examines why Ireland's clergy are now at war with the Vatican.
Pascale Harter presents insights from Mexico, Argentina, Dubai, Turkey, China and the USA.
Is giving away a fortune, even more fun than making the money in the first place?
The American diver who hit his head on the diving board at the 1988 Olympics.
Peter Day talks with former Ikea CEO Anders Dahlvig.
1/2 Why did the Queen visit Ghana in 1961, when the country had only just gained independence?
UN monitors alleged Syrian massacre; IMF takes tough line on Greece; Eurovision songs
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
1/4 Will examines some of the most personal images in the Royal Collection.
Kevin Fong looks at the birth of plastic surgery and its links to the air battles of WWII.
UN observer chief confirms deaths of over 30 children in Houla; Vatican power struggle
Amitav Ghosh talks about his novel The Shadow Lines with Harriet Gilbert.
Free market - the best aid to development or a hydra that devalues everything it touches?
It's often said men are less faithful than women. Is that mathematically possible?
It is 35 years since one of the biggest movie franchises of all time hit cinema screens.
Rajan Datar explores the reporting of Germany's role in the Eurocrisis.
Lawrence Pollard in conversation with musician Anoushka Shankar and chef Cyrus Todiwala
Sunday 27 May 2012