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Are companies there to please their shareholders or do good? Can they do both?
Adam Rutherford reports on the recent discovery that much of our DNA is not useless junk.
American spy ship USS Pueblo was captured by North Korean forces forty-five years ago
Are all linked to the sea, even if we live hundreds of miles from the coast?
How BBC World Service and BBC World News is distributed in North America
The contemporaneous attempt to preserve the memory of life in the Warsaw Ghetto
From wombats in Australia to a prisoner release in Georgia, Pascale Harter presents.
Peter Day examines the Russian energy giant, Gazprom's grip on the European gas market
A review of the week with the latest news.
How do family businesses survive to the next generation?
Quentin Peel, Zainab Salbi and Paul Henley discuss Egypt, Mali and how to approach death.
Quentin Peel, Zainab Salbi and Paul Henley discuss Egypt, female soldiers and Jane Austen.
Following more attacks in Nigeria, we ask how a reporter finds the truth behind the events
How unmanned aerial vehicles used for overseas missions are watching Americans at home
Philip Glass's latest opera is based on the life and death of Walt Disney
Latest on fire in Santa Maria; AU conference on Mali: all-women court in Calcutta.
What treatments are in the pipeline from the realm of medical tissue engineering?
Chicken farming dates back 10,000 years and produces 50 billion chickens to eat each year.
The Akorino are a conservative, Christian sect from Kenya. Wairimu Gitahi finds out more.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Football and more - the fan's phone-in from the BBC.
Interview with Aung San Suu Kyi, plus tracks to take with her to a mythical Desert Island
Move comes after days of unrest; Brazil club fire aftermath; Aung San Su Kyi's top tracks
Crowd-sourced Roboy, the boy robot gets his arms, legs and head
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Mike Williams explores the myths and mysteries of the mirror
Iran faces rising prices and shortages of medicine. Are US and EU sanctions to blame?
It is 19 years since the heir to the Syrian presidency died in a car crash.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Monday 28 January 2013