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History & The Arts
When you use film as a historical source, explains Douglas Allen, you must first understand the person behind the camera.
A meeting between the US ambassador and Stalin reveals what the Soviets felt about the bombing of Hiroshima - and Churchill's return to the Opposition benches.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Did a Russian scientist create a zombie dog? No. Learning and research across the day.
Science, Maths & Technology
The poles that allow athletes to vault; and 25 years on from the Soviet Coup. Free learning from across the day.
Nature & Environment
How extreme winters following extreme summers bring misery to Mongolia, and a first attempt to understand how common fat shaming is. Then more free learning through the day.
The dog who didn't return from space; then more free learning across the day.
TV, Radio & Events
A state that vanished before dawn; the value of expensive trainers; public fruit trees - and then more free learning across the day.
This declassified memo records the conversations between the UK Prime Minister and US President in December 1971.
Society, Politics & Law
Putin’s sins will go unpunished abroad because of greater resilience to their financial aftershocks at home, writes Alan Shipman.
Chris Swader talks about the experiences of moving from a communist to a capitalist society - and why learning to tell untruths was just one of the new skills needed to survive.
Next year sees the centenary of the Armenian genocide. Armenia has crucial links to the development of British and world civilisation as Professor Hovhanness I. Pilikian explains.
11/12 May: Music of oppression and war. The Rest Is Noise considers darkest period of death, destruction and cruelty the world had ever seen.
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