Lyse Doucet is in Cairo as anti-government protests enter a seventh day.
Opposition parties have held a ‘people’s parliament’ meeting. Wael Nawara is the secretary general of one of the parties involved, El Ghad.
Lyse Doucet is in Tahrir Square, the main meeting place for protests in Cairo.
New Orleans policing
Andy Gallacher reports on how a new police chief and mayor hope to counter a reputation of corruption in the city.
John Barry dies
Arts reporter Vincent Dowd looks back at the life of the prolific British composer famous for his James Bond film scores.
John Sudworth reports from the centre of Cairo where a strong aerial military presence keeps watch on protesters.
James Reynolds looks at the reaction in Iran to recent developments in the Arab world.
Professor David Kelly from the China Research centre at Sydney's University of Technology discusses Beijing’s reaction to the protests.
Prince Hassan of Jordan on the recent wave of protests spreading through the Arab world.
British youth workers discuss the government’s new efforts to control youth gangs on the streets of the UK.
British climber Adam Potter speaks to Newshour after he survived a 300 metre fall down a Scottish mountain.
British climber Adam Potterspeaks to Newshour after he survived a 300 metre fall down a Scottish mountain.
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