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Daily magazine programme.

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Extraordinary personal stories from around the world. Today, the Chinese dissident who escaped house arrest to claim asylum abroad but had to leave his family behind. Also, Harlem-born opera singer Noah Stewart. He appeared in his first opera aged 16 and now with his album "Noah" has become the first black artist to have a No.1 in the UK classical charts. And the Egyptian man who is one of the first Arab Muslim Sumo wrestlers to break through the barriers surrounding the ancient sport.

A Chinese dissident who found asylum abroad but had to leave his family behind

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Today, Azeri journalist Khadija Ismayilova tells us that her sex life was secretly filmed and posted online after she made allegations about the president's family. The government strongly denies this claim. Also, Akihiro Harako, one of the 'Fukushima Fifty', describes life in the stricken power plant after it was struck by the earthquake and tsunami.

How an Azeri journalist investigating corruption was secretly filmed having sex.

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Today's extraordinary personal stories come from Antarctica, the continent "where humans don't belong". We hear from scientists, writers and musicians who have made temporary homes in the white continent - their work inspired by the unique conditions in one of the most inhospitable places on the planet.

Living "where humans don't belong": personal stories from Antarctica

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Extraordinary personal stories from around the world.

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A Christian angle on the news

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Reflecting matters of Christian interest and concern

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Reflecting matters of Christian interest and concern

6.50-7.0 Regional news, weather and programme news

Reflecting matters of Christian interest and concern

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 December 196719671209

Next in series: 12 January 1968

Previous in series: 29 November 1967

Description

SBH:The Archbishop interviewed about the current epidemic of Foot and Mouth disease. Interviewer: Douglas Brown (SNF). From Outlook.

PRE:Christian sympathy for farmers and admiration for their courage in facing scourge; should put some other grievances in perspective. Rural society has particular steadfastness which comes from living close to nature. Has not called for national day of prayer because Christians should pray at all times. True prayer not encouraged by decreeing such special days. OTN:YLN 49 RJ 864 TXN/TDT:R4 09-Dec-1967 ANT:None.

Broadcast history

09 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Douglas Brown (int)

Arthur Ramsey (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291453.

Media: LP

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