The Changing Worlds of Formula One
David Goldblatt explores the changing worlds of Formula One, traveling to the traditional circuit of Monza in Italy and a brand new track under construction in the outskirts of Delhi.
What Can I Say?
Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime ended in 1979. Decades later how is the country's fledging media dealing with a nation still scarred by widespread murder and violence?
The Silent War
Why has the insurgency in India's north-east lasted so long?
Ship of Spies
The Spy Cruise is a seven day sail around the Caribbean with ex-CIA top brass - a chance for the public to discuss global security issues with those in the know. But who really gains and what is its real agenda? Tom Mangold reports.
Sheila Dillon looks at disappearing food tribes and finds out why efforts are underway to preserve indigenous food cultures.
The Foods that Make Billions
How have advertisers and brand specialists convinced us to buy a commodity that is sold for a great deal more than it costs to produce? Louise Hidalgo looks at the exponential growth - and the cost - of the bottled water industry.
A Short History of Five Notes
Rita Ray traces the history of the 'clave', a deceptively simple but hypnotic beat which became the foundation of Cuban music and deeply influenced soul and rock and roll.
Documentary: Tahrir Square
Magdi Abdelhadi talks to Egyptians about the revolution and their hopes and fears for a 'new Egypt'.
Profile: Mohamed ElBaradei
Mukul Devichand tells the story of Mohamed ElBaradei, the Nobel Laureate and former Chief Weapons Inspector who some want to see as the next president of Egypt.
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe
"Mosquito one, mosquito two, mosquito jump in a hot callaloo." What are the world's most popular number rhymes and how do they overlap between different cultures? Kim Normanton looks at the approaches to counting around the world.
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