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As the US shifts away from Trump-era foreign relations toward the Middle East, Stephen Sackur talks to the boss of Saudi Arabia's Al Arabiya English news channel, Mohammed Alyahya.
The latest business news with informed analysis from the world's financial centres.
In Bosnia Herzegovina the healthcare system only allows giving birth in hospitals. Our World follows Dr Amira Cerimagic as she prepares to deliver her baby at home in secret.
Click talks to the winners of a competition to find the next generation of female code breakers and chats to the Oscar winning visual effects team behind the movie Tenet.
On The Travel Show Christa Larwood looks back at some of the shows favourite city adventures - with Lucy Hedges in the Big Apple and Henry Golding in Singapore.
Andrew Graham-Dixon feels the pulse of contemporary America. Beginning in Levittown - the first mass-produced suburb.
Lively debate from Delhi on business, money and life. Presented by Divya Arya and Devina Gupta.
The biggest African and international stories from the BBC.
On The Travel Show Ade Adepitan takes a look into the future and finds out how tech could play a big part in changing the way we'll all travel.
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Newsnight is a weekly round up of news and current affairs; incorporating hard-hitting interviews with global opinion-formers and documentaries from every corner of the world.
Click goes shopping on the high street to see how new tech may get us more interested in visiting retailers and to find out how shops are getting a makeover post covid.
In the final part of his United States odyssey, Andrew Graham-Dixon visits the home of one of his favourite 20th century artists, the late Philip Guston.
In this episode of Follow the Food, James Wong examines how we can become less reliant on a small number of crops to feed us.