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754 6 Oct 2014
01:00:00

What does the appearance of the Isis flag in a Syrian border town mean for the Middle East? Plus the media frenzy in the US over ebola, the underground graphic-art scene and three must-see exhibitions in London.

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753 3 Oct 2014
00:57:01

Robert Fox and Nina Schick join Andrew Mueller to discuss Hong Kong protests and the forthcoming Nobel Peace Prize, we pay a visit to Sotheby’s Indian and Islamic exhibition and this week’s top movies.

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752 2 Oct 2014
00:57:33

Ivor Gaber and Shashank Joshi discuss the day’s top stories, we head to Mali’s sheep market with Alex Duval Smith and admire some beautiful antique maps with Daniel Crouch.

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751 1 Oct 2014
00:57:59

We discuss the arrival of Ebola in the US, Australia’s new terror laws and Iran’s announcement to support the Lebanese army. We also check in with our man in Belgrade and review the best in dance with Louise Levene.

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750 30 Sep 2014
01:00:00

John Everard and James Boys discuss the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, we also visit the French countryside with entomologist Dave Goulson, and check in with our Copenhagen correspondent.

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749 29 Sep 2014
01:00:00

Sebastian Borger and Tim Marshall discuss the future of Afghanistan, America’s fight against Isis and the prospects of a Catalonian independence referendum. Plus Norway’s resurgent art scene.

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748 26 Sep 2014
01:00:00

James Schneider and Alessio Patalano discuss the UK’s role in fighting ISIS in Iraq and look at China’s peacekeeping mission South Sudan. Plus, we discuss photography and assess the role of the manifesto in political discourse today.

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747 25 Sep 2014
00:59:33

Jeffrey Kofman and the commentator Dr James Boys assess Iranian president Hassan Rouhani’s address to the UN General Assembly, we also discuss a remarkable new graphic biography of Woody Guthrie, and enjoy a little live music from Tribidabo.

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746 24 Sep 2014
00:56:30

We discuss President Obama’s address to the UN General Assembly, ask whether some conversations should always remain private, and assess how the humble art of baking has become one of the most successful TV franchises in recent history.

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745 23 Sep 2014
00:57:50

The Independent’s Mary Dejevsky and Phil Clark of SOAS assess the airstrikes in Syria and the apparent thawing of relations between Iran and the UK. Plus the film posters that chronicle African-American cinema.

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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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