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Can letting go of places, people, ideas and traditions bring big rewards?
Is it true that environmental problems will create 200 million migrants?
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Canadian writer Margaret Atwood tells us how technology and creative writing can mix
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Wirathu, the Buddhist monk leading the anti-Muslim campaign of Myanmar
Tales of risk and reward in Egypt, Venezuela, New Orleans, Russia's Arctic and Polynesia
Has Africa's hi-tech revolution been over-hyped? If so, what can be done to solve it?
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1/3 The re-emergence of Turkey in the Muslim world and the growth of a new internationalism
Human brain culture developed in a dish gives insight into the brain disorder microcephaly
How is public radio in the US reacting to change?
Presented by Julian Worricker with guests Rime Allaf in Vienna and Alex Pravda in Oxford.
What made Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech both timely and timeless?
3/3 Egyptian physician and writer, Nawal El Saadawi is still campaigning for women at 81
The history of hair removal and what it tells us about notions of female beauty
What do African audiences want from the BBC - and is the BBC delivering?
Syria hails US 'retreat'; remembering Sir David Frost; fairy tales for lost children
Natural Pacific ocean cooling is potentially counteracting global warming since 1998
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
How Zambia is doing business, despite electricity cuts and limited access to water
Kerry says US has proof that sarin was used in Syria; Michael Sheen on playing David Frost
The neurological patient with amnesia who contributed to our understanding of memory
The impact of the search for the Higgs boson on science teaching in Africa
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
The US role in chemical attacks during the Iran-Iraq War
John Sudworth with Chinese petitioners; Nick Thorpe searching for a heart in Hungary
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Monday 2 September 2013