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Wake Up To Money

WAKE UP TO MONEY HAS MOVED! (3556 days old [30/07/07])

audioThis podcast has been relaunched. If you receive this message, then you will need to resubscribe to get future episodes. You can find the new version and more information about subscribing at bbc.co.uk/podcasts

(C) BBC 2007

Documentary Archive

DOCUMENTARY ARCHIVE HAS MOVED! (3552 days old [03/08/07])

audioThis podcast has been relaunched. If you receive this message, then you will need to resubscribe to get future episodes. You can find the new version and more information about subscribing at bbc.co.uk/podcasts

Maids: The Untold Story Part 1 (3554 days old [01/08/07])

audioIt reads like a soap opera, but this is not fiction: round-the-clock confinement, crippling illness, rape, escape, suicide and murder - women who go overseas to work as maids often encounter unforeseen terror and tragedy.

World Stories: Letters from Partition (3559 days old [27/07/07])

audioIn the tremendous upheaval of Indian partition in 1947, two complete strangers, one Muslim and one Hindu, help each other to survive.

Globesity Part 2 (3561 days old [25/07/07])

audioPaul Bakibinga explores some of the ways individuals, communities and governments are trying to tackle obesity.

On Europes Edge - Part 3 (3563 days old [23/07/07])

audioUkraine and Moldova... Are thay caught in a no man's land between the EU and Russia?

Coming Out - Part 1 (3563 days old [23/07/07])

audioHomosexuality is one of the world's biggest taboos. Clare English explores what it is like to be gay and asks why some societies are more tolerant than others?

World Stories: Fetish in Japan (3567 days old [19/07/07])

audioIlana Rehavia travels to Japan to uncover what is behind the country's intricate and highly specific sex industry.

Globesity Part 1 (3568 days old [18/07/07])

audioPaul Bakibinga travels to the suburbs and townships of South Africa to meet people struggling with their weight, and to find out what lies behind the obesity explosion.

On Europe's Edge - part 2 (3570 days old [16/07/07])

audioTurkey seeks EU membership despite a fraught relationship with Europe.

World Stories: Marrying into conflict (3573 days old [13/07/07])

audioTwo Ukranian women, classmates when they were at school in Kiev, married husbands in Israel and Lebanon, on different sides of the Middle Eastern political divide.

(C) BBC 2007

Best of Moyles

BEST OF MOYLES HAS MOVED! (3559 days old [27/07/07])

audioThis podcast has been relaunched. If you receive this message, then you will need to resubscribe to get future episodes. You can find the new version and more information about subscribing at bbc.co.uk/podcasts

(C) BBC 2007

Mark Kermode's film reviews

MARK KERMODE'S FILM REVIEWS HAS MOVED! (3559 days old [27/07/07])

audioThis podcast has been relaunched. If you receive this message, then you will need to resubscribe to get future episodes. You can find the new version and more information about subscribing at bbc.co.uk/podcasts

(C) BBC 2007

From Our Own Correspondent

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT HAS MOVED! (3559 days old [27/07/07])

audioThis podcast has been relaunched. If you receive this message, then you will need to resubscribe to get future episodes. You can find the new version and more information about subscribing at bbc.co.uk/podcasts

2007-07-21 (3565 days old [21/07/07])

audioDespatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents.This week Bill Law examines the growing tension between Bahrain's majority Shia Muslim population and its ruling Sunni Muslim elite and Hugh Sykes explodes a few myths after touring Turkey in the lead up to its elections. Peter Biles reports from Beit Bridge, the only official crossing point between Zimbabwe and South Africa and Mark Doyle finds reasons to be cheerful over the impact of debt relief on Nigeria. In Washington, Justin Webb considers the importance of the summer vacation to American life.

(C) BBC 2007

Go Digital

20/03/06 go Digital , the final programme. (4052 days old [20/03/06])

audioIn this the final edition of Go Digital we discuss the progress of the UN's plan to connect every village in the world to the internet by 2015. As a counterpoint we speak to someone who thinks the expansion of digital technology should all be left in the hands of the free market. We talk to an annoying robot - an essential gadget for the future according to our own technology analyst Bill Thompson. Finally we introduce our new programme Digital Planet, which you'll be able to hear on the BBC World Service from next tuesday and download to your mp3 player in the same way as this one.

(C) BBC 2005

Today

TODAY HAS MOVED! (3556 days old [30/07/07])

audioThis podcast has been relaunched. If you receive this message, then you will need to resubscribe to get future episodes. You can find the new version and more information about subscribing at bbc.co.uk/podcasts

2007/07/28 - Floods (3558 days old [28/07/07])

audioWe hear from a resident in Sheffield about what has happened since the floods hit. We are also joined by Hilary Benn who discusses whether or not the floods are likely to affect public attitude to climate change.

2007/07/27 - Barbara Pointon; Televised Death (3559 days old [27/07/07])

audioBBC Radio 4: The Today Programme 0810 interview. Is there ever a good reasong to show a death on television? Barbara Pointon believes she was right to allow the filming of her husband Malcolm's death from Alzheimers.

2007/07/26 - David Livingstone and Prof. Anthony Glees (3560 days old [26/07/07])

audioBBC Radio 4: The Today Programme 0810 interview. Does the posession of jihadist internet material warrent conviction?

2007/07/25 - Imran Khan and David Davis (3561 days old [25/07/07])

audioBBC Radio 4: The Today Programme 0810 interview. Gordon Brown is expected to reccommend an extension to 28 day detention.

2007/07/24 - Floods (3562 days old [24/07/07])

audioBBC Radio 4: The Today Programme 0810 interview. A rescue mission, and the latest news and predictions.

(C) BBC 2007

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