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We discuss whether the crisis in South Sudan is echoing the genocide in Rwanda, hear if Rio will be ready for the World Cup, and learn how anti-terror operations in Yemen will put Al-Qaeda under pressure. Plus, we also speak to the author of a new book about Soviet spies in London and review the week in theatre.

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636 23 Apr 2014
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We discuss whether the crisis in South Sudan is echoing the genocide in Rwanda, hear if Rio will be ready for the World Cup, and learn how anti-terror operations in Yemen will put Al-Qaeda under pressure. Plus, we also speak to the author of a new book about Soviet spies in London and review the week in theatre.

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635 22 Apr 2014
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We discuss what’s coming soon in President Obama’s trip to Asia, discuss whether genocide is taking place in South Sudan, and ask if Russian special forces are operating in Ukraine. Plus, we discuss whether comic book characters always equal box office success and review the week in music.

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634 21 Apr 2014
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John Everard and Dr James D Boys join Tyler Brûlé to discuss the day’s top stories, we also sit down with Deyan Sudjic of the Design Museum to discuss his new book, ‘B is for Bauhaus’, and review the week’s art exhibitions in Turkey with Caleb Lauer.

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633 18 Apr 2014
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We discuss today’s top news with Samira Shackle and Darren McCaffrey, speak to our Caracas correspondent Irene Caselli, and also review this week’s film releases..

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632 17 Apr 2014
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Robert Fox and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera discuss the day's biggest news stories. Sir Kenneth Grange talks to Aled John about his latest project and Parul Sehgal of the ‘New York Times’ Book Review’ discusses the week's books.

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631 16 Apr 2014
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We discuss the continuing crisis in Ukraine, why Saudi Arabia’s spy chief was pushed aside, and we also look at Australian prime minister Tony Abbott’s outburst at the press. Plus, a look at the significance of the self-portrait and we review the week in British TV.

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630 15 Apr 2014
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Why the US has denied Iran’s new ambassador to the UN a visa, we hear why South Korea’s spy agency is in the middle of a scandal, and explain why the UK is concerned about its maritime security if Scotland votes for independence. We also remember the life and career of branding king Wally Olins.

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629 14 Apr 2014
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The latest from Ukraine, we find out who is leading in the Afghan presidential race, and we ask whether the Republican party is racist? Plus, we get the headlines from Belgrade and tell you which exhibitions are making waves in the art world – from Hong Kong and New York.

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628 11 Apr 2014
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Today’s top stories with Nina Schick and Jeffrey Kofman, we find out the latest from Italy from our correspondent Ivan Carvalho, and review the latest films – this week with an east-Asian angle.

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627 10 Apr 2014
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We question whether Hillary Clinton will soon announce her bid to be president in 2016, ask how Italy is solving their illegal immigrant problem and discuss Kenya’s crackdown over Somali migrants. Plus, a review of the week in books and we hit the road with our Buenos Aires correspondent Ed Stocker.

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626 9 Apr 2014
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We discuss why Australia’s former foreign minister Bob Carr has revealed all in a new book, analyse protests on the streets of Athens ahead of a visit by Angela Merkel, and hear about the damage done to brand Toyota by its product recall.

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625 8 Apr 2014
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We discuss the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, find out why the head of Hezbollah thinks the war in Syria is won for Assad, we also hear how Virgin Galactic wants to revolutionise long-haul travel, and get the latest from Salone del Mobile.

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