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The BBC WST is helping local media to provide socially responsible and locally appropriate coverage of current events to audiences across the Arab world.  Read more
Hit game show comes to Brighton
The cast and crew of the educational television game show BBC Janala Mojay Mojay Shekha (Learning with Fun) recently visited the UK to film part of the second series of the hit Bangladeshi English language learning programme.   Read more
And here comes the science bit
Come and meet our field researchers  Read more
New film: communication as aid
In any emergency people's lives are turned upside down. Knowing what's happening, where to go for assistance and who to call for help is crucial to their survival and recovery.   Read more
South Sudan: voice of independence
Radio will provide a vital source of information for the people of the world’s newest country as they embark on the long process of nation building.  Read more
Afghan children’s show is world’s best
Green Fairy, an imaginative educational radio programme for 9-13 year olds has been honoured in the New York Festivals radio awards.  Read more
Web drama tackles tough issues
An explosion in Internet access and participation is offering unprecedented opportunities for citizen engagement in the Arab world.   Read more
A week in Moshi
Amazing things can happen at the East Africa Cup, an annual festival of learning, sport, and intercultural exchange, says journalism trainee Daniel Wahome.  Read more
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