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Society, Politics & Law
This podcast looks at some of the key developments of the Trump presidency and what they can tell us about international relations, and how we can use international relations theories to make sense of international issues.
History & The Arts
In 1955, Rosa Parks boarded a bus and history was changed forever.
Harriet Tubman led 300 slaves northwards to freedom in 19 trips along the "underground railroad". Dr Will Hardy introduces her story.
Science, Maths & Technology
The 1967 collapse of the Silver Bridge was a human tragedy - 46 people died - and an engineering mystery: why did a bridge built to last a century not make 40 years? Part 2: Stresses and strains
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.
The 1967 collapse of the Silver Bridge was a human tragedy - 46 people died - and an engineering mystery: why did a bridge built to last a century not make 40 years? Part 3: The collapse
Aretha Franklin's death in 2018 saw the loss not just of a sublime singer, but also one of key figures in the US Civil Rights movement. Leah Kardos pays tribute.
The Trump administration's behaviour on America's southern border shows there's a limit to the White House's power to control terms of debate, says Evan Stewart
The city of Atlanta was shut down by a ransomware attack - what should you do to avoid being a victim of similar attacks?
On Monday, two stories appeared in the press about UK government concerns over foreign interference in telecommunications equipment.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Understanding why suicide rates in Puerto Rico have risen by a third since Hurricane Maria could help us prepare for future natural disasters. Jane Palmer explains.
His message on civil rights was unequivocal - but Paul Harvey argues that in Martin Luther King's economic and social message was his greatest claim to radicalism.
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