Documentaries 2009

Throughout the week BBC World Service offers a wide range of documentaries and other factual programmes. This podcast offers you the chance to access landmark series from our archive.

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arc2008: Third Agers Part Two
What is it really like to be old? In this four part series, Jane Little meets people from four continents to find out. In part two, she hears from older people facing financial challenges in Kenya, Brazil, the UK and the US.
Dátum: 2009-03-09 Idő: 11:00:00
Third Agers Part Two
What is it really like to be old? In this four part series, Jane Little meets people from four continents to find out. In part two, she hears from older people facing financial challenges in Kenya, Brazil, the UK and the US.
Dátum: 2009-03-09 Idő: 10:00:00
Indonesian Journeys Aceh
Anita Barraud explores how peace and democracy is working in Aceh, a region that has endured dictatorship, decades of war and the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami.
Dátum: 2009-03-06 Idő: 10:00:00
arc2008: Public Places Private Lives
Trafalgar Square is a must-see destination on any tourist map of the UK. But beyond the statues and clicking cameras are the lives and stories of those for whom this space exists as an everyday environment.
Dátum: 2009-03-04 Idő: 11:00:00
Public Places Private Lives
Trafalgar Square is a must-see destination on any tourist map of the UK. But beyond the statues and clicking cameras are the lives and stories of those for whom this space exists as an everyday environment.
Dátum: 2009-03-04 Idő: 10:00:00
Third Agers - Part One
What is it really like to be old? In this four part series, Jane Little meets Third Agers from four continents to find out. In programme one, Jane meets some extraordinary women who’ve given old age a whole new meaning.
Dátum: 2009-03-02 Idő: 12:42:00
Assignment: Kenya Reconciliation
Its a year since Kenyas political rivals signed a power-sharing agreement to end the violence which broke out after presidential elections there. In this weeks Assignment Pascale Harter travels back to the scene of some of the worst violence to see if the power-sharing government really has reconciled Kenyans.
Dátum: 2009-02-26 Idő: 12:38:00
Indonesian Journeys - Jakarta
In the run up to the Indonesian elections in April, Anita Barraud travels to four different regions of the country to take a closer look at its politics and democracy.
Dátum: 2009-02-24 Idő: 12:34:00
Fresh Start - Part Three
Lucy Ash looks at a successful prison reform scheme in Kansas that is turning crack dealers into respectable businessmen. She also visits Italy where a maximum security jail has become Tuscanys most exclusive eatery. Join Lucy on the final stop on her global journey looking at innovative ways to cut crime.
Dátum: 2009-02-16 Idő: 12:30:00
Beatles in the USSR
As Beatlemania swept throughout the world in 1964, it seemed unable to penetrate the Iron Curtain. However, an underground culture grew which used ingenious ways to discover the Beatles music. Paul Gambaccini reveals the extraordinary ways the Beatles music was listened to in the Soviet Union during the 1960s. Did the music and spirit of The Beatles help to end communism?
Dátum: 2009-02-13 Idő: 12:26:00