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Jane Kinninmont and John Everard discuss the day's biggest news stories, we check in on the local discussion topics in Toronto and review the new films this week.

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788 21 Nov 2014
01:00:00

Jane Kinninmont and John Everard discuss the day's biggest news stories, we check in on the local discussion topics in Toronto and review the new films this week.

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787 20 Nov 2014
00:56:23

Jim Hoare and Mary Dejevsky review the day's biggest news. We also leaf through the freshest Italian news weeklies and meet Australian artist Leila Jeffreys, who has spent the past few years taking photos of cockatoos.

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786 19 Nov 2014
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Daniella Peled and Nina Schick discuss the day’s biggest stories, British artist Stuart Semple explains the anxiety of his generation and theatre critic Matt Wolf reviews London’s new musicals and plays.

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785 18 Nov 2014
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Michael Binyon and Alessio Patalano discuss the day's major news stories, we get a round-up of fresh French weeklies and music journalist Pete Naughton reviews new music releases.

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784 17 Nov 2014
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Robert Fox and Phil Clark discuss the day’s biggest news stories. We also hear who Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan thinks discovered the US and check in on the Italian arts scene.

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783 14 Nov 2014
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Samira Shackle and James Schneider discuss the day’s top news stories, we check in with our correspondent in Milan and Karen Krizanovich reviews the week in cinema.

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782 13 Nov 2014
00:56:56

We evaluate the state of Libya after a series of violent attacks this week, before debating whether the bookmakers have it right when it comes to predicting the next president of the US. There’s also a browse through the best non-fiction books out this week.

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781 12 Nov 2014
01:00:00

Kathleen Burk and Sebastian Borger look at the US and China’s new greenhouse-gas emissions plan and the success of the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission. We also talk about Independent 2014 in New York and review the latest in radio and television.

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780 11 Nov 2014
01:00:00

As CNN plans to stop broadcasting in Russia, we look at the nation’s new media laws. Plus all the latest from the Apec summit and inside a new exhibition that explores the relationship between Sikhs and their beards.

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779 10 Nov 2014
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Jeffrey Kofman and Tim Marshall mull over the day's top news stories, Azar Nafisi explains her new book The Republic of Imagination, Claire Rigby reviews the Brazilian art scene and we check in with our correspondent in Athens.

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778 7 Nov 2014
01:00:00

Can Barack Obama still make an impact in the Middle East? Our guests James Boys and Robert Fox give us their take on the US president’s oncoming final two years in power.

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777 6 Nov 2014
00:56:51

Mary Dejevsky and Quentin Peel trade memories of their coverage of the fall of the Berlin Wall, author John Crace explains why the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition in the UK isn’t a marriage made in heaven, and our book reviewer analyses Boris Johnson’s love of Winston Churchill.

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