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Meeting with nature: Bears in the woods. Litvinenko case: the mystery continues.

Meeting with nature: Bears in the woods (01.30, 09.30, 17.30)

If there were a contest to find the most bear-friendly nature reserve, the Central Forest Reserve, 360 kilometres west of Moscow, would win hands down. The number of bears per square kilometre there is higher than anywhere else. Find out about this bear paradise and the people who keep the Central Forest Reserve full of bears in the new installment of the Meeting with Nature series.

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Litvinenko case: the mystery continues (05.30, 13.30, 21.30)

On November 1 a year ago Aleksandr Litvinenko – a former Lieutenant-Colonel in the FSB – suddenly fell ill and was hospitalised. Three weeks later he died under highly suspicious circumstances. Traces of polonium-210 were found in London. A spy scandal rocked both Britain and Russia. The mystery is still unsolved despite of the fact that Scotland Yard has named the prime suspect. Aleksey Yaroshevsky pieces together events in "Litvinenko case: The mystery continues".

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