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A selection of Al Jazeera shows available as video or audio.
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Al Jazeera offers a range of programming, from analytical news magazines to hour-long documentaries.

From across the globe we address the issues that matter and speak to those who are affected.

Several of these shows are now available as audio and video podcasts that can be enjoyed on the move.
The Stream

An aggregator of online sources and discussion, seeking out unheard voices, new perspectives and untold angles.


 
  
 



 
Artsworld

As the world struggles with financial difficulties Artsworld, Al Jazeera's unique culture show, returns for a second series to add a splash of colour to the grey economic background.

Presented by special local personalities who reveal their local culture and stories often overlooked elsewhere in the mainstream media.


 
 

Listening Post

Presented by Richard Gizbert, Listening Post is a weekly insight into how the news is covered by the world's media. From the West Bank to Washington the show looks at what is being reported - and what is not.


 
 

Riz Khan

The Riz Khan show seeks out the widest range of opinion, from leaders in the developing world to the global economic power houses and gets them to tackle the issues that are being debated on the streets and in the corridors of power. 


 
 

Playlist

Al Jazeera's latest programme is devoted to the music of global fusion. From across the world we meet the artists whose unique blends of sounds are creating a new musical melting pot.


 
 


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