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Is there such a thing as safe energy?
2012 Nobel Prize winner, John Gurdon, on cloning a frog decades before Dolly the Sheep
In 1973 the landmark decision was made in the US Supreme Court which made abortion legal
How do we encourage enterprise in a way that benefits lots of people, not just a few?
The growing demand for podcasts and on-demand listening
A report on the work to rebuild the pioneering 1940s computer, EDSAC
This week Ruth Alexander is looking at farmer suicides in India
The president who’s everywhere and nowhere, plus dispatches from Italy and India.
Peter Day asks how businesses are coping in an era of no growth
A review of the week with the latest news.
Striker Osei Kofi on how the Ghanaian football team dominated Africa in the 1960s.
Julian Worricker with Andrew Mueller in London and Julie Gichuru in Nairobi
As the crisis in Mali deepens, what have been the reporting challenges for BBC Africa?
How life goes on for young ballerinas in a suburb of Damascus
Marseilles in southern France is one of the European Capitals of Culture for 2013.
Questions follow Algerian siege; Burma breaks Kachin ceasefire; music from bird poo.
Why do so many African football stars go from rags to riches - and back to rags again?
Why are the men of Bukom in Accra so good at boxing?
It is 120 years since the birth of the great Expressionist painter.
A young Londoner traces her roots back to her family's homeland in Uzbekistan.
John Laurenson reports on the role of religion in Western Europe’s biggest shantytown.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Football and more - the fan's phone-in from the BBC.
Alistair Burt: Algerian army faced with evil; Obama's inauguration; Afghan prison torture.
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How the body copes with extremely high temperatures currently occurring in Australia
The US government's experiment on a group of African-American men without their knowledge
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Monday 21 January 2013