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Why are some people 'early birds' while others are 'night owls'?
True athletic grit - from Uruguay's football fanaticism to the Somalis on ice in Sweden
Fears that radiation-contaminated fish from Fukushima is turning up in US markets
USS Nautilus launched; serial killer Ted Bundy killed; voluntary starvation for science.
Tapping in to some of the latest leadership trends at Davos - emotional intelligence
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India’s first social media politician, Victorian Facebook and how sex is now sharable.
How cross-country skiing united a Kenyan farmer and a Norwegian Winter Olympic hero
How mental exhaustion may affect your sporting performance
A review of the week with the latest news.
India's "menstrual man"; paralysed by my father; and inside the world's tallest slum
Jewish Renaissance in Poland is fuelled by young Poles discovering their roots
Transforming waste into valuable products
What is the impact of media regulation on press freedom in the UK?
Peter Day travels to Cork to find out what life is really like after the EU bailout.
Is the US losing credibility, influence and power on the international scene?
Hungarian far right party protests; Thai opposition leader killed;how to play a Mouth Bow
The Rosetta space probe awakes to begin its final approach to a distant comet
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Modern day slavery on Thailand’s fishing boats
Women and children can leave Syrian city; Cheerleader sues NFL team; GM purple tomatoes
"I wanna do something that scares the hell out of me" - Matthew McConaughey
Do two large glasses of wine triple the risk of mouth cancer?
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Why does homosexuality exist? Is it nature or nurture? Mike Williams and guests discuss
Inter-faith harmony in Sierra Leone, and teaching children about the Holocaust in Israel
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The Rosetta deep space probe wakes after a deep slumber
Monday 27 January 2014