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A Church in the heart of Lilongwe, Malawi
 
Download the latest documentaries Investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
 
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HARDtalk
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In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
 
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Africa Today
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News and analysis from the BBC's Focus on Africa. The Africa Today podcast is published from Monday to Friday. It contains the day's top African stories.
 
Every month Ren Zwiers brings the best of travel interviews from reporters and shows in Australia and overseas. Our contributors include Around the World Radio/TV (California, US), Travel Writers Radio (Australia), Travelbites Radio (Northern Ireland) as well as Geoff Harrison and Frances Beasley.
 
The Elhomwe Audio New Testament (BSM) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the New Testament in their heart language.
 
The Elhowme Audio Drama New Testament (BSM) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the Ne ...
 
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Africa Today
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Africa news and analysis from the BBC's Focus on Africa. The Africa Today podcast contains the day's top stories from African news - available to download Monday to Friday from 1630 GMT.
 
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Kalibu: Conversations on Faith, Art and Culture. A podcast featuring 5 unique urban Africans sharing their views on various subjects. Hosted by iamnotagoddess.com , Produced by Legendary.
 
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BBC — The BBC's Anne Soy spent the day at a warehouse in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, where aid is being collected for the survivors of the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. Plus more questions are asked on the training given to the pilots of the Ethiopian airliner that crashed this month killing all on board.And Ghana's finance minister tells us h ...…
 
The BBC's Anne Soy spent the day at a warehouse in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, where aid is being collected for the survivors of the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. Plus more questions are asked on the training given to the pilots of the Ethiopian airliner that crashed this month killing all on board.And Ghana's finance minister tells us he feel ...…
 
You can't take money with you when you die.... or can you? In this episode of Assignment the stranger than fiction story that's the latest cryptocurrency scandal to leave tens of thousands of people out of pocket. The news about QuadrigaCX broke almost to the day that crypto-currencies celebrated a decade in existence. On this anniversary, we i ...…
 
BBC — The latest on the unfolding crisis in South Eastern Africa - we have eyewitness reports from across the region and updates on the aid effort.Plus, two teachers have been killed in Burkina Faso after being kidnapped.And how did Africa's most industrialised country end up running out of electricity?…
 
The latest on the unfolding crisis in eastern Africa - we have eyewitness reports from across the region and updates on the aid effort.Plus, two teachers have been killed in Burkina Faso after being kidnapped.And how did Africa's most industrialised country end up running out of electricity?
 
Is the World Bank braced for turbulence ahead? HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to the bank's interim President Kristalina Georgieva. For more than seven decades, the World Bank has been a pillar of international consensus forged in Washington – where ‘rich world’ money has been funnelled into poorer nations prepared to play by its rules. But m ...…
 
Neil MacGregor visits different countries to talk to leading political, business and cultural figures to find out how they, as individuals and as members of their broader communities, see Britain. In India, Neil meets Gaj Singh, the former Maharaja of Jodhpur; Ram Narasimhan, proprietor of The Hindu Newspaper; professor Kavita Singh of Jawaharl ...…
 
Kenyans hit out at their government over drought and food shortages, following 10 reported deaths in the north-western Turkana region.Appeals for urgent help are being sent for the people affected by flood waters caused by Cyclone Idai which hit Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi last week.And Nigeria's minister of education has warned that parent ...…
 
One question – Where are you going? – reveals hidden truths about the lives of strangers around the world. In this new series, with Brexit fast approaching, Catherine Carr talks to people on the move in Cardiff. Are the people she meets downcast, delighted, or disinterested? At a time of political and social upheaval, we find out what is really ...…
 
The latest on the destruction caused by Cyclone Idai.We meet the 8-year-old Nigerian boy who's just become a chess champion in New York.And why did South Africa's President Ramaphosa get stuck on a commuter train?
 
The latest on the destruction caused by Cyclone Idai.We meet the 8-year-old Nigerian boy who's just become a chess champion in New York.And why did South Africa's President Ramaphosa get stuck on a commuter train?
 
Is UK policing fit for purpose? Stephen Sackur speaks to Michael Fuller, former chief constable of Kent police, and the only black Briton to have run one of the country’s regional forces. There has been an alarming rise in knife crime in the UK and this prompted a bout of soul searching about the causes and responses. Many of the questions focu ...…
 
A couple of years ago a cute little robot was sent out to hitchhike, to prove how well humans and robots could get on. It was an exercise in trust, and it went very wrong. Hitchbot was found decapitated, slumped next to some bins in Philadelphia. The robot’s head has never been found. Neither has the “killer”. We explore robot torture, and whet ...…
 
At least twenty were wounded in the shootings in Christchurch.
 
BBC — At least twenty were wounded in the shootings in Christchurch.
 
Is there a way out of Venezuela’s protracted agony? Stephen Sackur speaks to Juan Andres Mejia, Deputy of Venezuela’s Voluntad Popular party. For millions of Venezuelans every day is a struggle for survival. This is an oil rich country where the shops are empty, the power is out and healthcare is collapsing. And politics offers little hope of s ...…
 
Amongst the 700 set for release are three prominent political prisoners
 
BBC — Amongst the 700 set for release are three prominent political prisoners
 
When a light aircraft carrying two families from local Indian tribes disappeared over the Amazon recently, relatives scoured the rainforest for weeks, until hunger and illness forced them to give up. Why did the Brazilian authorities ignore appeals for an official, properly-resourced ground search? And why was there no flight plan to indicate w ...…
 
More than 100 pupils attend the nursery and primary school in Ita Faji which collapsed earlier today.Plus, Kenya's High Commissioner discusses his views on how Brexit will affect the African continent.And is an international sanitary towel manufacturer selling sub-standard products in Africa?
 
BBC — More than 100 pupils attend the school in Ita Faji on Lagos Island which collapsed earlier today.Plus, Kenya's High Commissioner discusses his views on how Brexit will affect the African continent.And is an international sanitary towel manufacturer selling sub-standard products in Africa?
 
Neil MacGregor visits different countries to talk to leading political, business and cultural figures to find out how they, as individuals and as members of their broader communities, see Britain. In Canada, Neil hears from French-Canadian film director, Denys Arcand; writer and Booker Prize nominee, Madeleine Thien; and Canadian Minister of Fo ...…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, a prize-winning Israeli novelist who brings a trained psychologist’s eye to compelling stories set in her home country. Hers is a world of moral ambiguity where truth, memory, right and wrong aren't necessarily what they seem. Does her work tell us something important about the Israeli psyche?…
 
Devastating floods hit southern Malawi. The situation in Mozambique is also dire as the country braces itself for cyclone Idai.And repercussions of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Sunday continue to be felt around the world.Plus protests continue in Algeria following the news that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will not be standing for a ...…
 
BBC — Devastating floods hit southern Malawi. The situation in Mozambique is also dire as the country braces itself for cyclone Idai.And repercussions of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Sunday continue to be felt around the world.Plus protests continue in Algeria following the news that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will not be standing ...…
 
Cardiff in early February is freezing cold but the people have a warm welcome. Catherine Carr meets strangers in the city of Cardiff to find out what people here feeling in the weeks before Brexit. What’s on their minds? At a time of such unprecedented political flux, the simple device of her one question - where are you going? - will work to u ...…
 
A day of mourning in Ethiopia following the Ethiopian Airlines crash.
 
BBC — A day of mourning in Ethiopia following the Ethiopian Airlines crash.
 
Mental health is not easy to talk about, least of all for young men, so often brought up to regard emotional vulnerability as weakness. In a special edition of HARDtalk filmed in the BBC’s Radio Theatre, Stephen Sackur speaks to Stephen Manderson who is better known as the British rapper Professor Green. He has been very honest about his own st ...…
 
In Nairobi’s slums, more than 90% of residents rent a shack from a slum landlord. These so-called slumlords have a less than shining reputation in the popular media, for exploiting the lives of the some of the poorest people in Kenya. Who are the faceless figures who own hundreds of shacks and make massive tax-free profits? Who is bulldozing wh ...…
 
Monica Geingos is an investment manager, lawyer and also first lady of Namibia - apparently one of the best places in the world to be a woman.Plus we discuss divisive comments made recently by Sierra Leone's first lady regarding FGM.And Margaret Busby discusses her latest anthology 'New Daughters of Africa' which celebrates the work of over two ...…
 
Theresa May’s European parliamentary elections could be a defining moment in the struggle for the EU's future; a continent wide clash between the forces of liberalism and populism exists - perhaps best personified by French President Emmanuel Macron up against Hungary's Viktor Orban. HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to Italy’s former centre-lef ...…
 
Anne Soy looks at new Ebola treatments in the DRC. Prank calls at the hospital believed to be treating Algeria's president. Madagascar's first trip to the Venice Biennale.
 
How did a priest of the Church of Denmark manage to sexually abuse children for a decade without being detected? Gry Hoffmann investigates the case of Dan Peschack, who is now serving a 10-year prison sentence for the abuse of eight children. Through interviews first recorded for Danish Broadcasting Corporation’s P1 documentary, she discovers “ ...…
 
A strike at one of Africa's biggest airports hits thousands of passengers; People with albinism protest in Malawi; hits from the continent with DJ Rita Ray.
 
Neil MacGregor visits different countries to talk to leading political, business and cultural figures to find out how they, as individuals and as members of their broader communities, see Britain. Neil visits Nigeria to meet Nobel Laureate for Literature, Wole Soyinka; Yeni Kuti, dancer, singer and eldest child of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti; an ...…
 
As the political debate over Brexit grows ever more polarised in the UK exposing deep fractures within the political parties, questions are also being asked about the how the machinery of government is working. Lord Ricketts, a former top diplomat, and national security adviser has very publicly condemned the current government’s handling of Br ...…
 
A Nigerian oboe player has put together an ensemble of unrecognised African musicians who influenced European music over a century ago.And who is in charge in Algeria?Plus we met the relatives of Oscar winner Rami Malek in Upper Egypt
 
With Brexit fast approaching, Catherine Carr talks to people on the move in Glasgow, Cardiff, Belfast and London. Are the people she meets downcast, delighted, or disinterested? At a time of political and social upheaval, we find out what is really on their minds. In Glasgow, the first programme in the series, we find a city with a festive hang ...…
 
BBC — A British museum is to return a lock of hair belonging to a former Ethiopian emperor which the government considers a national treasure.Ebola Overview: How the DRC has been coping.
 
A British museum is to return a lock of hair belonging to a former Ethiopian emperor which the government considers a national treasure.Ebola Overview: How the DRC has been coping.
 
In the wake of independence an explosive music scene gripped the southern African country of Zambia. Mixing western rock 'n' roll with traditional sounds, enterprising young musicians kick-started a raucous movement that came to be known as Zamrock. Leading this charge was the charismatic frontman Emmanuel 'Jagari' Chanda with his band W.I.T.C. ...…
 
Algeria: Thousands have taken to the streets in anger over the decision of 81-year-old President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's plan to seek a fifth term in office.Somalia's special forces have killed three gunmen who had taken over a building in central Mogadishu and used civilians as human shields.
 
Is President Putin crushing press freedom in Russia? Since coming to power nearly 20 years ago, Vladimir Putin has been accused of gradually taking control of the media in Russia, and silencing those who would criticise him. Galina Timchenko was editor of Lentu.Ru until she was fired – she claims as a result of pressure from the Kremlin. She le ...…
 
1. Geoff Harrison learns about Romania's tourism attractions from tourism officer Razvan Marc. 2. Travel Writer Radio's Rita Erlich discovers three museums in Italy that don't have long queues. 3. Travelbites host David Gordon meets Prague-based blogger Janek Rubes who publishes the Real Honest Guide. 4. Arthur von Wiesenberger and Martha Bull ...…
 
BBC — Senegal's President Macky Sall has won a second term following Sunday's electionA South African restaurant has won a global awardAnd two "men of God" go head to head
 
Senegal's President Macky Sall has won a second term following Sunday's electionA South African restaurant has won a global awardAnd two "men of God" go head to head
 
How does a lonely, Spanish shepherd find love when single women have left for the city? Antonio Cerrada lives north of Madrid, in the heart of what’s been nicknamed the, "Lapland of Spain" because its population density is so low. With only a handful of families left in his village, and people continuing to leave for the cities, Antonio struggl ...…
 
BBC — Nigeria's incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari is set to win the 2019 Presidential Elections by a comfortable margin of almost four million votes, according to official results. However, the opposition's People Democratic Party has rejected the results, with their Chairman branding the vote count as "incorrect and unacceptable". President ...…
 
Nigeria's incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari is set to win the 2019 Presidential Elections by a comfortable margin of almost four million votes, according to official results. However, the opposition's People Democratic Party has rejected the results, with their Chairman branding the vote count as "incorrect and unacceptable". President Buhar ...…
 
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