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Moondog: Sound of New York
Huey Morgan celebrates the life and work of blind musician Moondog
Albania’s Iranian guests
Who are Albania’s Iranian guests?
How Communist East Germany tried to influence Africa via radio during the Cold War
Hong Kong: Love in a divided city
How have the protests affected the married lives between Hong Kong and mainland Chinese?
Sierra Leone: The price of going home
What happens to migrants who give up trying to reach Europe – and go home as failures?
Russian women fight back
Domestic violence is endemic and often deadly in Russia but some women are fighting back
The Malawi tapes
Preserving the treasure trove of traditional harmonies, rhythms and instruments of Malawi
Huang built China’s first 'privatised city'. Is it utopia or his personal fiefdom?
The man who laughed at al-Qaeda
Remembering Raed Fares the Radio Fresh FM founder who fought hatred with humour in Syria.
Giving peace a chance
John Lennon and Yoko Ono's bed-in for peace protest and the people who witnessed it
How Scarborough saved the world
GCHQ's Scarborough station and its role in WW2, the Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Sri Lanka: The new climate of fear
Muslims in Sri Lanka are deciding whether to stay or leave amidst a new climate of fear
The digital election: How social media is reshaping UK democracy
US political media expert Travis Ridout assesses efforts to influence UK voters
My Big Korean-Iranian Wedding
What happens when an Iranian marries a South Korean and their families meet?
From Bude to Berlin
GCHQ's listening station at Bude, its hidden past and how it was forced out into the open
A fight for light in Lebanon
How a corrupt system condemns Lebanese to the misery of constant power-cuts
Judy Garland: The final rainbow
The story of Judy Garland's last concerts in London at the Talk of The Town nightclub