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The Documentary

BBC World Service Australasia
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BBC World Service
BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service News Internet
BBC World Service Online
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

The Documentary

BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service Australasia
BBC World Service
BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service News Internet
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East
BBC World Service Online
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

WorklifeIndia

Covid crisis: Does 'burnout leave' work?

Duration: 26 minutes

on BBC World Service South Asia

Available for over a year

Many companies are offering employees extra periods of leave to avoid getting burned out, as they try to cope with the pressures of working during the pandemic. Is this effective? Show more

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The Food Chain

Life lessons from the honey bee

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC World Service Australasia

Available for over a year

What can these tiny pollinators can teach us about our world and ourselves? Show more

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Heart and Soul

BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

Heart and Soul

BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

Outlook

Trapped in a "metal coffin" on the ocean floor

Duration: 27 minutes

on BBC World Service Australasia

Available for over a year

When the Peruvian submarine Pacocha crashed and plunged 42 metres down to the seabed with 22 sailors inside, it was First Lieutenant Roger Cotrina Alvarado's job to save his crew. Show more

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Heart and Soul

BBC World Service Australasia
BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service
BBC World Service South Asia
BBC World Service News Internet
BBC World Service Online
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East
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The Lazarus Heist

BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

Heart and Soul

Doping, diving and God

Duration: 27 minutes

on BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean

Available for over a year

How can a champion thank God for a win if they have taken performance enhancing drugs? Show more

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The Compass

The Golden Age Of Gold

Gold: What does the future hold?

Duration: 27 minutes

on BBC World Service Australasia

Available for over a year

Rajvi Vora looks at what goldmines are doing to the planet, the workers and potential of gold in cancer treatment. Show more

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Sportsworld

BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
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BBC World Service
BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service South Asia
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BBC World Service East Asia

The Forum

BBC World Service News Internet
BBC World Service Online

Sportsworld

11/07/2021 GMT

Duration: 2 hours, 53 minutes

on BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean

Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.

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Sportsworld

11/07/2021 GMT

Duration: 2 hours, 53 minutes

on BBC World Service Australasia

Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.

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The Cultural Frontline

BBC World Service South Asia

This Is Africa

BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East

Heart and Soul

BBC World Service
BBC World Service Online

Heart and Soul

BBC World Service Australasia
BBC World Service
BBC World Service Online

In the Studio

BBC World Service News Internet

Sportsworld

11/07/2021 GMT

Duration: 3 hours, 27 minutes

on BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean

Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.

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Heart and Soul

BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

Heart and Soul

BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

Outlook

Trapped in a "metal coffin" on the ocean floor

Duration: 27 minutes

on BBC World Service Australasia

Available for over a year

When the Peruvian submarine Pacocha crashed and plunged 42 metres down to the seabed with 22 sailors inside, it was First Lieutenant Roger Cotrina Alvarado's job to save his crew. Show more

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Digital Planet

BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

Heart and Soul

BBC World Service Australasia
BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service
BBC World Service South Asia
BBC World Service News Internet
BBC World Service Online
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East
BBC World Service East Asia

Heart and Soul

Doping, diving and God

Duration: 27 minutes

on BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean

Available for over a year

How can a champion thank God for a win if they have taken performance enhancing drugs? Show more

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Discovery

Tooth and claw: Tigers

Duration: 27 minutes

on BBC World Service Australasia

Available for over a year

What is it like facing a charging tiger and how best can we protect their growing numbers? Show more

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Over to You

BBC World Service Australasia
BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service
BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service News Internet
BBC World Service Online
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

More or Less

Are there 40 million Nigerians on Twitter?

Duration: 9 minutes

on BBC World Service South Asia

Available for over a year

Media reporting on the Nigerian government’s recent banning of Twitter has claimed that the country has 40 million Twitter users. But we suspect the number is far lower. Show more

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The Conversation

BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service
BBC World Service East and Southern Africa
BBC World Service News Internet
BBC World Service Online
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East
BBC World Service West and Central Africa

CrowdScience

Why is standing more tiring than walking?

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC World Service Australasia

Available for over a year

Walking takes more energy than standing still, so why isn’t it more tiring? We also ask whether it’s bad to sit down to rest; and which is better for you: walking or running? Show more

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