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Mineral companies get ready to harvest our seabed, plus we hear an animal orchestra.
The story of the "miracle babies" who became global superstars in the 1930s.
A useful springboard or an unnecessary hindrance?
Implications of Facebook's recent IPO and World Service's plans for the Diamond Jubilee.
Jeanette Winterson discusses her novel Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit with Harriet Gilbert
Pascale Harter with the pick of this week's despatches from correspondents worldwide.
How Marseille could become the first Muslim-majority city in Western Europe.
Live news and current affairs, business and sport from around the world.
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Author Andrew Keen on how today's online social revolution may be affecting us adversely
In May 1984 a bomber tried to kill an anti-Sandinista rebel leader in Nicaragua.
Evan Davis and guests swap thoughts on the risks and opportunities in the global economy.
2/2 Sharon Mascall meets Australians from all walks of life who have met Queen Elizabeth II.
Racism, corruption, and football hooliganism - can Ukraine's image get any worse?
Physicist Tejinder Virdee on the search for the elusive Higgs boson at Cern.
Highlights of the best of what's been broadcast on The Strand during the week.
How many images of the Queen have ever been created?
Assad addresses parliament; Queen Elizabeth's Jubilee flotilla; disabled doll controversy
Rob Broomby and Ros Atkins report live from The Diamond Jubilee River Pageant.
Nigeria plane crash; Thames flotilla for the Diamond Jubilee; US Scouts learn to weld.
It is 40 years since gunmen attacked an Israeli airport. We hear from a survivor.
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The Transit of Venus will occur next week, the last time until 2117.
Sporting Witness takes you back to the coronation derby in 1953.
How would you organise an economic super-state? Would that solve the Eurozone's problems?
Monday 4 June 2012