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  • Season 1
    • Yemen: The World's Most Dangerous Country
    • Treasures of the Deep
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    • Fleeing Syria
      Fleeing Syria
      Episode 40
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    • In Sickness and in Debt
    • Meet the Hackers
      Meet the Hackers
      Episode 38
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    • Lebanon on the Brink
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    • In Your Eyes: The Women of Iraq
    • Ukraine's AIDS Racket
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    • Electrifying Africa
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    • India's Lost Girls
      India's Lost Girls
      Episode 33
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    • Iron Ladies of Burma
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    • Murder In The Mediterranean
    • China's Toughest Test
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    • Cold Turkey In Karachi
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    • China's Toughest Test
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    • Ruling Iran
      Ruling Iran
      Episode 28
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      Through interviews with relatives, biographers and politicians James Reynolds profiles Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Iran's Supreme Leader.
    • Russia: Facing West and East?
      Russia's economic ties with the fast growing economies of Asia, and China in particular, are relatively underdeveloped, so how much should Russia turn East in search of economic growth? Nik Gowing asks this question and others to those in the spotlight.
    • Mining in Africa
      Mining in Africa
      Episode 26
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      According to the African Union, Africa holds two fifths of the world's uranium and gold, three quarters of the world's platinum and 90 percent of the world's diamonds.
    • CN's Green Revolution
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      China pollutes more than any other country on earth but now the Chinese government says it wants the country to go green. So can China really clean up its act? Justin Rowlatt goes to see the impact of three unbroken decades of economic growth.
    • Tragedy at Smolensk
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      Peter Marshall investigates the air crash which killed the President of Poland and his entire cabinet a year ago. What went wrong, and how has the tragedy changed Poland's relationship with Russia?
    • Cuba at the Crossroads
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      Cuba is undergoing major economic change. The government is cutting back on subsidies like the ration cards, and planning to lay off more than a million people. Instead, people can now setup businesses for the first time.
    • Moderation or Extremism?
      A distinguished panel from the Muslim world Debates how to ensure that moderation, rather than extremism and violence triumph.
    • Palin's Race
      Palin's Race
      Episode 21
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      Jackie Long profiles Sarah Palin in her home state of Alaska and asks if she could yet become the first woman President of the United States.
    • Cyberwar
      Cyberwar
      Episode 20
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      A cyber attack on our energy, water or financial infrastructure could bring much of our everyday lives grinding to a halt. Susan Watts looks at the world's dependence on digital systems and the threat of cyberwarfare.
    • Vanishing Antartic
      Vanishing Antartic
      Episode 19
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      Richard Wilson travels to the West Antarctic Ice Shelf to see the work of the British scientists who are investigating changes to the shape of the ice, and the possible consequences for our world.
    • Is Homosexuality Un African?
      In this World Debate, Zeinab Badawi is joined by David Bahati, a Ugandan MP who has written and is promoting Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill.
    • Behind Saudi Veil
      Behind Saudi Veil
      Episode 17
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      Some Saudi women call their country the biggest women's prison in the world. Others are content with their traditional place in life. Many want change, but will it happen? Sue Lloyd Roberts has been to Saudi Arabia to find out.
    • My Kabul
      My Kabul
      Episode 16
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      Tahir Qadiry goes back to his hometown Kabul, to look beyond the fighting and the politics, to meet some of the city's residents.
    • Racing Green Part 8
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      RACING GREEN is a 8 part TV series about an electric car world record. The show follows a team of engineering graduates from Imperial College London who built an electric supercar that succeeded to drive the entire 26,000km long Pan-American Highway.
    • Racing Green Part 7
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      RACING GREEN is a 8 part TV series about an electric car world record. The show follows a team of engineering graduates from Imperial College London who built an electric supercar that succeeded to drive the entire 26,000km long Pan-American Highway.
    • Oil, Politics and Hugo Chavez
      Are the wheels coming off of Venezuela's socialist revolution? Around 40 per cent of the new parliament is comprised of MP's from opposition parties.
    • The Gulf: Armed and Dangerous
      As the schism widens between Shias and Sunnis in the Gulf region, Bill Law heads to Bahrain and Kuwait and discovers that fear itself is already threatening peace in the Gulf.
    • White Horse Village 5/5
      The BBC's Carrie Grace reports on how long time White Horse Village residents are coping with their new urban lives.
    • White Horse Village 4/5
      The BBC's Carrie Grace reports on how long time White Horse Village residents are coping with their new urban lives.
    • White Horse Village 2/5
      The BBC's Carrie Grace reports on how long time White Horse Village residents are coping with their new urban lives.
    • White Horse Village 1/5
      The BBC's Carrie Grace reports on how long time White Horse Village residents are coping with their new urban lives.
    • Rubble to Recovery
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      It's 10 years since the Gujarat earthquake struck killing thousands and making many more homeless. Aid poured in, and a decade on, the worst affected area of Kutch is now transformed.
    • Somalia's Forgotten Suffering
      Zeinab Badawi travels to parts of Somalia rarely seen by the outside world, and to neighbouring Djibouti, to witness the suffering of those who have fled the 20 years of violence.
    • Clash of Faiths
      Clash of Faiths
      Episode 4
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      In Indonesia, recent attacks on churches and other minority groups have raised fears that conservative Islamic groups are gaining support in the world's most populous Muslim nation. Karishma Vaswani investigates from the capital Kuala Lumpur.
    • God's Beggar Children
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      Every day in the west African state of Senegal, tens of thousands of schoolboys are sent out to beg on the streets by their own teachers. They are the Talibes, pupils at private Islamic schools, forced to live a life of abuse and exploitation.
    • Europe's Secret Prisons
      Daniel Sandford investigates allegations that terrorist suspects were tortured in Europe. He travels to Poland and Lithuania where prosecutors are to decide whether crimes were committed at secret CIA sites.
    • Legacy of Empire
      Legacy of Empire
      Episode 1
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      As the tide of history turned against the Empire, a young colonial officer John Smith, trained young Nigerians to run what would become their own democratic republic. Now fifty years on from independence, he returns to meet one of his old students.