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The concert pianist who kept on playing despite losing all movement in his right hand.
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Max Pearson with personal reflections from Ian Pannell in Aleppo and Susie Emmett in Diama
2/2 Will Storr investigates the impact of sexual violence against men in DR Congo.
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We are joined by Frank Cottrell Boyce, the writer of the Olympic opening ceremony.
It was one of the defining battles of the First World War.
How a person with paralysis might control a wheelchair with eye movements alone
Could Italy sink the eurozone? Plus the inventor who tested his own sanitary pads.
James Harkin reflects on the activists who're channelling the news from Syria to the world
Zeinab Badawi talks to Amos Gilad, Policy Director at the Israeli Ministry of Defence.
The first voyage to the North Pole under the icecap. Ken Carr remembers Nautilus's mission
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What's your reaction to Olympic badminton players charged with "deliberately losing"?
Ageing with Aids - we hear from two of America's oldest survivors.
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A tribute to American man of letters Gore Vidal who has died aged 86.
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Better health care for more people for less money. Global summit in London shows how.
Video of executions by Syrian rebels; Olympic badminton controversy; Mafia breast cancer
Is as much attention now focused on the women competing as there is on the male athletes?
Thursday 2 August 2012