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Paul Carter has been to one major robot manufacturer's centre of operations, looks at the future of robotic surgery as well as getting an inside look at some real-life surgery.
Documentary which charts the creation of world-renowned artist Christo's first public work of art in the UK, Mastaba, and looks back on his and his wife Jeanne-Claude's careers.
Two years ago Qandeel Baloch was murdered in her bed, the victim of a so-called honour killing that rocked Pakistan and the world.
Ade is in Lebanon celebrating 75 years of independence. He visits the astonishing Moussa Castle, an entire 3500 square metre fortress built single handed by one local man.
The BBC's Natalie Pirks caught up with Wayne Rooney in Washington to find out how the striker has had a thrilling effect on his new team, D.C. United.
Join celebrity couple naturalist Steve Backshall and double Olympic gold medallist Helen Glover on an exhilarating adventure through Japan's northern highlands of Tohoku.
A look back at what's been happening around the world this week. Reporters hears from the BBC's network of international correspondents.
Foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in the UK.
The short list for the BBC African Footballer of the Year is unveiled in a special programme with contributions from a panel of experts.
"Operation Infektion," by the New York Times, is an enthralling history of fake news - with testimony from former Russian spies and US officials.
A look back at the best of the week's films and discussions from Newsnight.
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe.
Social media tech giants meet in Delhi, India, to discuss the fake news crisis and the roles their platforms play in the problem, and the solution. Matthew Amroliwala hosts.
The story of Shirin and Lewiza, two Yazidi women captured by IS, who escaped to Germany thanks to the intervention of Dr Jan Kizilhan, an expert on trauma.
Africa Eye follows the leading members of a non-violent citizen group called La Lucha, campaigning for political reform in Democratic Republic of Congo and for Kabila to step down.
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