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Mike Corey visits the Ibera Wetlands in Argentina where jaguars are set to be released back into the wild. He also risks alligator infested waters on an extraordinary gaucho tour.
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Fergal Keane tells the remarkable stories of three very different women who risked everything to challenge the cruelty of the Nazis.
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This programme looks at how the global bike industry is working to bring higher-end bikes to cyclists across the world.
The recent upsurge in violence against foreigners, mostly from elsewhere in Africa, is raising fears that xenophobic attacks in South Africa is on the rise.
Anne-Sophie Pic is renown as one of the world's best chefs. But her journey to the very top has been anything but predictable. This film goes behind the scenes.
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Indonesia has announced plans to move its capital from the climate-threatened megalopolis of Jakarta to the once jungle covered island of Borneo, 800 miles away.
Foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in the UK.
In this episode we meet those food innovators who are trying to reduce food waste from the moment a seed is planted to when it arrives on our plate.
A weekly in- depth look at the economic trends that are shaping Africa's future. Presented by Nancy Kacungira and Lerato Mbele-Roberts.
This month Razia Iqbal is at the British Academy in London to present five extraordinary art stories that shaped our world.
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Carry Minati tells My World how he became a YouTube star. Plus everything you need to know about Coronavirus and should students sit fewer exams?