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The first of two programmes which looks at human behaviour and sleep.
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We talk to the journalists telling the story of the conflict
Technological innovation and entrepreneurial spirit are at the heart of Silicon Valley.
An older alternative to antibiotics in the fight against bacteria.
In 1959 the people of Tibet turned against Chinese occupying forces.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
What does the election of Pope Francis mean for the Catholic Church?
We ask if David Bowie's first album in 10 years is great, good or just so so.
Is a gold spike about to appear on our financial horizons?
Stephen Sackur talks to veteran Conservative cabinet minister Ken Clarke.
The best selling author discusses her latest novel The Last Runaway.
It is a decade since the US and its allies began their invasion of Iraq.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
Cyprus is reacting to a one-off levy of up to 10% on individuals’ personal savings.
Exploring prehistoric rock art in Monte Alegre; meeting Maronite hermits around Qannoubine
The Syrian doctors who risk their lives to treat the wounded in makeshift hospitals.
Cyprus bail-out; China labour camps; Pope play
Dr Mukesh Kapila who became famous for blowing the whistle on the Darfur massacres.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
Banks in Cyprus stay shut after savers are told they will lose some of their cash.
We put your questions to Afghan actress Sahar Parniyan who's fled to London.
Peter Bowes concludes his exploration of the drive to live longer by looking at diet.
Javier Marias on his latest novel The Infatuations.
DRC war crimes suspect in US embassy; Russia condemns Cyprus bank levy; NY stop and frisk
Programmes will resume at 00:00
Tuesday 19 March 2013