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As the crisis on the Syrian-Turkish border unfolds, we get the latest. Plus, an update from our correspondent in Spain, we speak to philosopher Simon Critchley, and review this week’s exhibitions in London.

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744 22 Sep 2014
00:56:17

As the crisis on the Syrian-Turkish border unfolds, we get the latest. Plus, an update from our correspondent in Spain, we speak to philosopher Simon Critchley, and review this week’s exhibitions in London.

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743 19 Sep 2014
01:00:00

We discuss the day’s top news with John Everard and Tim Marshall, check in with our correspondent in Brussels, and review the latest cinema releases with film critic Anna Smith.

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742 18 Sep 2014
00:56:17

We analyse how nations are attempting to unite against Islamic State, get the latest on Scotland’s independence referendum, and hear the top stories from Toronto.

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741 17 Sep 2014
00:58:58

Nina Schick and Samira Shackle discuss the day’s issues including Scotland’s independence referendum, the Pakistani politicians who were ejected from a plane, and the latest on Ukraine.

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740 16 Sep 2014
01:00:00

Daniella Peled of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera discuss news from around the world, including airstrikes in Iraq and the closing stages of Scotland’s independence referendum.

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739 15 Sep 2014
00:56:09

Professor Kathleen Burk and Martin Plaut debate interventionism in the Middle East; does it matter if there’s no exit plan for the fight against Isis militants?

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738 12 Sep 2014
00:59:26

What will Obama’s planned airstrikes mean for the Middle East? How far will Turkey go in helping to combat Isis? Plus, the latest film tips with Ashanti Omkar and news of a planned art project in North Korea.

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737 11 Sep 2014
00:57:00

Examining John Kerry's tour of the Middle East, EU sanctions on Russia and the media’s coverage of the Oscar Pistorius trial. Plus, we explore new film documentary ‘Love Hotel’.

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736 10 Sep 2014
00:59:24

Debating the US secretary of state John Kerry’s tour of the Middle East, the looming Scottish referendum and recent news from North Korea, plus we talk to Man Booker Prize-nominated writer Joshua Ferris.

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735 9 Sep 2014
01:00:00

We discuss Iraq’s new government, the stalled enforcement of EU sanctions on Russia, and reactions to the prospect of an independent Scotland. Plus, we also hear from James Ward about his new book devoted to stationery, and get the latest music tips from Nick Luscombe.

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734 8 Sep 2014
01:00:00

Jeffrey Kofman of ABC News and Phil Clark of Soas discuss Islamic State, Ukraine’s shaky ceasefire and the troubled trial of Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta. We also speak to Lucy Mangan about her new book, get the best art-show tips, and hear the latest from Denmark with Michael Booth.

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733 5 Sep 2014
01:00:00

We look at the ceasefire deal agreed between Russia and Ukraine, ask whether Nato is still relevant as a defence force for Europe, and discuss whether the US and the UK can put an end to the Islamic State.

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