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Owen Bennett Jones hears from Ilyas Khan in Kashmir and Rajini Vaidyanathan in Maharashtra
Stephen Sackur speaks to Arnold Ekpe, CEO of Ecobank Transnational Inc.
Journalist Declan Hill says the Italian league should be scrapped to clean up match-fixing
We talk to Roger Lee, screenwriter of multi-award winning Hong Kong film A Simple Life.
It's 50 years since the death of Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood's ultimate sex symbol.
Training to be a champion cyclist in the mountains of north-west Rwanda.
Mike Williams talks to Sir David Attenborough about his life and work (repeat)
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
An Urdu Service journalist forced into hiding - the perils of reporting Balochistan
A Review of the week with the Latest News.
A review of the week with the latest news.
The Reverend Richard Coles tells the story of a remarkable book read by millions.
Live news and current affairs, business and sport from around the world.
Owen Bennett Jones with wit and insights from Syria, Belarus, Senegal, India and the USA.
How much money is the developing world missing out on because of tax cheats?
Eighteen years ago a little girl was raped and murdered - her killing changed US law.
Better health care for more people for less money. Global summit in London shows how.
How extraordinary was Ye Shiwen's Olympic performance? More or Less looks at the numbers.
Today's a big Olympic day - 25 medals to be won and 23 different sports eventing.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
We look forward to NASA's intricate plans to land rover Curiosity on Mars
The first voyage to the North Pole under the icecap. Ken Carr remembers Nautilus's mission
The best of the world's arts, film, music and literature brought to you every day.
2/2 Will Storr investigates the impact of sexual violence against men in DR Congo.
Gareth Mitchell meets the engineers who are designing flying cars and green aircraft.
Peter Day finds out more about a new wave of computer games businesses.
1/4 After a broken relationship, Joe Fletcher finds solace in vinyl in America's Deep South.
Is as much attention now focused on the women competing as there is on the male athletes?
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Where's the line between independence and dependency?
Peter Horrocks talks about the threats to and opportunities for impartial journalism.
Jo Nesbo talks to Harriett Gilbert about his haunting thriller The Redbreast.
How a person with paralysis might control a wheelchair with eye movements alone
It was one of the defining battles of the First World War.
Sunday 5 August 2012