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Episode 183

The War on Terror isn’t working. So what change in policy would a former Kremlin adviser suggest? Alexander Nekrassov looks at the regimes which are implicit in their support for terrorist groups and the individuals who are drawn to the cult of terrorism, and makes some suggestions as to what Western governments should be doing to combat the problem.

And Paul Robeson was one of America's greatest sons, towering literally over the worlds of sports, music, film, the stage and international politics. There are many people still alive today who joined the cry: "Let Robeson Sing" when the US, in a Cold War frenzy, took away his passport and effectively blacklisted him from the stage and screen. Today, Robeson has been airbrushed out of popular history. Why? Tayo Aluko provides some answers and entertainment as he brings Robeson’s story to a new generation.

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