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Has Europe's financial crisis undermined the legitimacy of democratic politics?
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What advice do New York City's opinionated cab drivers have for world leaders at the UN?
What is education really for and how should we improve it? Presented by Martin Rees.
Rajan Datar speaks to the editor of a new programme about America - Boston Calling.
Imprisoned in hospital, why HIV affects men more than women and a viral cure for acne
Newspaper headlines claim "Just 100 cod left in the North Sea". Can that be right?
Pascale Harter presents reports from across the world, from Nigeria to Chile.
Peter Day is back in Iceland meeting those who are creating an opportunity out of crisis.
Evan Davis' guests discuss a product that has shaped the fortunes of their business.
Julian Worricker is joined by Dame Ann Leslie and Israeli journalist Gideon Remez
The science of hearing; cochlear implants; the sound of deafness
In September 1983 a group of IRA prisoners escaped from jail in Northern Ireland.
A review of the week with the latest news.
What's behind the words? The pitfalls and perils of translating world leaders.
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A dying man and his husband try to meet death in style.
William Crawley tells the story of the Catholic priest behind the Big Bang Theory.
Ancient Syrian souks ruined; AK's decade in power in Turkey; and the return of the kibbutz
BBC Africa Debate looks at women in power – in politics, business, and management.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Football and more - the fan's phone-in from the BBC.
Libya arms amnesty extended; Kenya Somalis suffer reprisals; how to dance to Gangnam Style
FutureScapes: What will the digital world look like in 2025?
This week, the lift. Why do we behave so oddly inside them?
It is 50 years since the publication of a book which helped launch the green movement.
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Monday 1 October 2012