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A landslide victory for the 'invisible candidate' in Algeria's Presidential polls

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The World This Week - 18 April 2014 (part 2)

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Presidential adviser resigns over "shoe-shine scandal"

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New PM Manuel Valls outlines priorities

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The Fastest-Selling Book Of All Time

We look at the novel "50 Shades of Grey" and ask how the S&M book that's been slammed by critics and booed by feminists has become the fastest-selling book in UK history. Also on the programme: we meet another writing phenomenon of a different genre, Alexander McCall Smith. Plus, we discover World War I as seen by the great artists at the Pompidou Centre in Metz.

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2014-04-18 rap/hip-hop

Hip-hop musician Beat Assailant on mixing the sounds of the city

Hip-hop musician Beat Assailant has always been an urbanite. From Atlanta to Miami and Paris, he's used his travels to create a unique yet universal sound. Now he’s taken that...

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2014-04-17 US cinema

Fast cars and slow trains

On today’s show we take you on a high-speed, behind-the-scenes chase through actor Aaron Paul's latest film, "Need for Speed". Jade Barker sat down with the "Breaking Bad" star...

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2014-04-16 cinema

Art, sex, money, memory and manga

On today’s cinematic Encore! Lisa Nesselson discusses two movies for grown-ups. "The Best Offer" is the first English-language film by Giuseppe Tornatore who gave us "Cinema...

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2014-04-15 theatre

“Booty Looting” memory and mediums

Today’s guest weaves music with movement, dialogue with dance, photography with philosophy and myth with imagery. Film-maker and choreographer Wim Vandekeybus joins Jade Barker...

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2014-04-14 rap/hip-hop

Meet France’s newest indie darlings: "François and the Atlas Mountains"

France is known worldwide for its electro scene but in recent years these bands have also been enjoying success outside of the French-speaking market, with the likes of Phoenix,...

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