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Tanya Beckett travels across Eastern Europe to meet some of the architects of the revolutions and people whose lives were changed forever by the events of 1989.
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Featuring news programmes on current issues around the world. Natalia Antelava investigates the growing trade in girls in India. Show more
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Few events are more nerve wracking than meeting the parents of someone you love. For black and Asian couples in South Africa, it's even more challenging. Show more
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Film maker Kate Blewett returns to Bulgaria to find out what's happened to the children she met in Mogilino Social Care Home. Show more
Panzuto was a mafia boss, for years he played a key role in Naples' Camorra, but now he has turned state witness and is helping put his former associates behind bars. Show more
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Our World tells the extraordinary story of the holidaymakers who found themselves trapped by an almighty wildfire at Mammoth Pools in California's Sierra National Forest.