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How a family firm transformed from a fishing company to a global energy services group
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Declan Hill, Steve Darby and Tony Higgins discuss the problem of match-fixing in football.
Prudence Bushnell, US Ambassador to Kenya during the ‘98 embassy bombing on security fears
Presented by Paul Henley with guests Miranda Green and Mary Dejevsky.
Cricket in China, France's lingerie economy, grocery bomb in Baghdad & Popes old and new
Is work working? Join Colm O'Regan and his guests to find out what the future looks like.
How 26 miles of precision engineered tunnels are created through London's erratic geology
How damaging is baseballs latest drug scandal to its place in American culture.
The 1988 Burma uprising; the Nagasaki bomb; and a US model breaks the colour barrier.
World Athletics Championships;warning over forced marriages;Zimbabwe to sell Iran uranium?
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Is the US pursuing the most effective anti-terrorism strategy?
Pakistan’s begging Mafia chasing the religious rupee
Stephen Fry calls for protest at Sochi games; Iraq violence; Rwandan politics.
What draws people to mountains and take risks scaling dangerous peaks?
Is Zimbabwe getting fair coverage from international media?
All about sharing - wealth, power, responsibility and ideas
Where could we fit the entire world’s population and the effectiveness of soccer managers?
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Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan and co-star Deepika Padukone on the new film Chennai Express
How Dick Tracy and Wonder Woman have starring roles in the latest lie detecting technology
A new type of Bird Flu passes between people, but should scientists experiment with it?
Presented by Paul Henley with guests Nesrine Malik and Ann Leslie.
Sunday 11 August 2013