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Americans and foreign visitors react to massive US government spending cuts.
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The roots of today's divides in Kenya; Natasha Breed on a way to avert clashes
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Father Bernard Lynch, one of a few openly gay Catholic priests.
Chris Eaton accuses the sporting authorities of failing to tackle match-fixing.
The two American songwriters talk to us about their current release Child Ballads.
It is 70 years since 173 people were crushed to death at an air-raid shelter in London
What’s behind the calls for a new breakaway state on Kenya’s coast?
What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and why is it so controversial?
Hopes and fears for Kenyans as the elections approach.
A review of the week with the latest news.
Heart and Soul on Lebanon's Maronite Christians, who trace their history to biblical times
Presented by Julian Worricker with guests Kate Adie and Douglas Murray.
Making films in the developing world. What are the successes and the challenges?
Does the inconclusive result in Italy mean the euro crisis has come back to bite us?
Peter Day reports from Japan on the effects of their ageing population.
Kenya’s candidates rally, "size of Wales" protects rainforests; is Fespaco doing its job?
Is it time to re-define what we actually mean by Old Age?
Do Kenyans vote along ethnic lines? More Or Less investigates.
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Pascale Harter presents dispatches from Australia, Kenya, India, Thailand and France
Investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
Chad says top Islamist leader killed; Kerry urges unity in Egypt;the legend of Chavez
Harriett Gilbert talks to Romesh Gunesekera about his book Reef.
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Dr Andrew Holding meets some of the people straddling the line between man and machine.
Forty years ago, American Indian activists staged a protest against the US authorities.
Rajan Datar meets Angella Emurwon, one of the winners of this year's competition.
Sunday 3 March 2013