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Join Zeinab Badawi, a panel of experts and question askers from around the world on this edition of Global Questions, to discuss the growing tech war between the US and China.
BBC Presenters Emily Maitlis and Jon Sopel dissect the latest news and analysis from the campaign trail of the 2020 US presidential election race.
How is TikTok changing US politics, and what influence will it have on who the next resident of the White House will be?
Talking Movies will look ahead to the forthcoming 2021 Academy Awards race as it begins to unfold. With reports on the Venice, Toronto and New York film festivals.
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe.
The Travel Show team takes a look back at some of its most memorable trips to Africa, including the time Ben Zand took part in one of Sudan's popular Friday wrestling contests.
Kim Jong-un has unveiled his biggest weapon yet: a massive intercontinental ballistic missile which some believe could threaten the US. Has Trump's attempt at diplomacy failed?
Foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in the UK.
His election to the presidency, decided by fewer than 80,000 votes, was the biggest political upset of a generation. Four years on, Donald Trump's impact has been seismic.
A weekly in- depth look at the economic trends that are shaping Africa's future. Presented by Nancy Kacungira and Lerato Mbele-Roberts.
From Kenya's capital Nairobi, Ciru Muriuki brings you the story of anti-apartheid leader, Steve Biko, who died in police custody in South Africa.
Click looks at the latest attempt to take on the post-truth world, and also talks exclusively with legendary UK rapper Stormzy.
People rarely think about how our food appears on supermarket shelves, but that all changed with Covid-19. So, how does our food supply chain work?
The global race to find a safe and effective vaccine is well underway - but what about the logistical feat of getting it to billions of people around the world?