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Visions of the future with Michio Kaku, Barbara Sahakian and Karen Lord.
What if a super-villain took control of the world’s gold and melted it into a cube?
Harriett Gilbert talks to the director of Shallow Grave and Slumdog Millionniare.
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Is Mongolia at the cutting edge of capitalism?
Over 175 years ago, Caroline Norton began to fight for the rights of married women.
Do humans want to live in a world where atheism rules and religion is dead?
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Paolo Di Canio is new manager of Premier League team Sunderland
Dr Johnny Slaughter talks about the aftermath of killing someone who broke into his home.
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Chinese New Year with the Christians of Vancouver.
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The Indian Supreme Court rules against a major drugs company, in a 'landmark' case.
David Miliband has left Sunderland FC due to the club's appointment of Paolo Di Canio.
Like football, science is an international endeavour complete with its own stars.
The Indian Supreme Court has ruled against a major drugs company, in a 'landmark' case.
What is fascism? Freedom to make jokes in Egypt; believing in Bitcoin.
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In our first ever show we talk to HSBC on banking in Asia and repairing their reputation.
Tuesday 2 April 2013