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We discuss the day’s top stories with Nina Schick and Samira Shackle, check in with our woman in Rio and discuss a new art project in Santander.

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729 1 Sep 2014
01:00:00

We discuss the day’s top stories with Nina Schick and Samira Shackle, check in with our woman in Rio and discuss a new art project in Santander.

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728 29 Aug 2014
01:00:00

Mary Dejevsky and Jane Kinninmont discuss the day's news – from Ukraine and Russia to the Middle East, we also check in with our correspondent in Colombia, and investigate the "cold conflict" over contested Crimean gold.

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727 28 Aug 2014
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Xenia Wickett and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera discuss the day’s top stories, we discuss Iranian activist and poet Simin Behbahani’s legacy, and review the best books of the week.

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726 27 Aug 2014
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We discuss UN action in the Democratic Republic of Congo, hear about South Africa’s political crisis, and ask whether Afghanistan will ever get a new president.

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725 26 Aug 2014
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We ask what a meeting between Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko might accomplish, catch up with our correspondent in Vancouver, and review the week’s best music.

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724 25 Aug 2014
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Kathleen Burk and James Boys review the day’s news, we also check in with our Mali correspondent, and review the best in Italian art.

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723 22 Aug 2014
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George Brock and Tim Marshall join Andrew Mueller to debate the day’s key news stories from around the world including the question of whether governments should pay hostage ransoms, we also speak to photographer Laura El-Tantawy, and bring you another instalment of our summer reads series.

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722 21 Aug 2014
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Daniella Peled and Shashank Joshi assess the 12 months since a sarin-gas attack in a Damascus suburb, we ask why Canada’s scientists are becoming increasingly frustrated with prime minister Stephen Harper, and trace the history of the British skinhead movement with photographer Derek Ridgers.

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721 20 Aug 2014
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Samira Shackle and John Everard share their views on the day’s top stories, we check in with our Istanbul correspondent, and review this year’s best comedy at the Edinburgh Festival.

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720 19 Aug 2014
57:05:00

James Boys and Steve Bloomfield discuss the day’s news, we check in with our correspondent in Nairobi, and review what this year’s Green Man festival had to offer.

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719 18 Aug 2014
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We discuss the biggest stories of the day with Nina Schick and Xenia Wickett, review new art exhibitions in the US, and find out why frustrated restaurateurs want to make you pay for fine dining in advance.

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718 15 Aug 2014
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Jane Kinninmont and Isabel Hilton discuss the day’s top news stories, we get the latest from Copenhagen, and enjoy a round-up of the best new horror films.

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