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Mark Coles looks at the life and career of Antonio Guterres, UN secretary general.
Arsenal's once 'invincible' manager Arsene Wenger now facing growing criticism.
Ashraf Ghani, president of Afghanistan, the anthropologist with the explosive temper.
Mary Ann Sieghart profiles Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister.
Chris Bowlby profiles Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Director of the International Monetary Fund.
Could Elizabeth Warren be the next president of the United States of America?
What sort of Labour leader would Jeremy Corbyn be?
Claire Bolderson profiles Lord Justice Leveson.
Rosie Goldsmith profiles the notorious literary bad boy Martin Amis.
How has Meryl Streep become one of the most successful actresses in Hollywood history?
Mishal Husein looks at Michael Nazir Ali, Bishop of Rochester.
An insight into the character of an influential person making the news headlines.
Peter Navarro is the economist who’s egged President Trump on in his trade war with China.
James Silver looks at the life and career of soap opera king Phil Redmond.
Mark Coles profiles the chair of the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse.
Hugh Pym profiles the King of British horse-racing and the ruler of Dubai.
The chief strategic advisor to PM Boris Johnson who thrives on solving political problems.
Claire Bolderson profiles Sir Liam Donaldson, the Chief Medical Officer of England.
David Sells profiles the identical twin President and Prime Minister of Poland.