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Correspondent

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Presenter Jane Standley looks at the risingcrime rate in South Africa as seen through the eyes of a black teenager, Lucky, and his friends from suburban
Johannesburg. Unemployed, directionless and lured by crime and drugs, they feel disillusioned with life in the post-apartheid era. As a sometime defence-unit memberwho helped protect his violent township, Lucky must now choose between education and a life of crime.
From Algiers, Phil Rees takes stock of the deteriorating relations between government forces and Islamic militants, enemies in a civil warthat has claimed 80,000 lives in Algeria in just seven years. In America, Tom Brook reports on the people being surveyed around the clock with webcams, cameras linked through home computers to project images on the internet. Editor Fiona Murch ; Series editor
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Presenter: Jane Standley
Unknown: Phil Rees
Unknown: Tom Brook
Editor: Fiona Murch

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