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Windows on the World for the week commencing 12 September 2011
Monday 12 September: Iconic Geometry Taj Mahal (Part 2 of 3)
Leading structural engineer and designer Cecil Balmond goes beyond the well-known histories of three celebrated monuments to reveal the hidden geometry at their cores. In this programme he examines the hidden geometry at the core of the Taj Mahal.
Tuesday 13 September: Nobel Laureates
At the Nobel Laureate meetings in Lindau, Germany, they are bringing together 18 economics Laureates with nearly 400 of the brightest young economists in the world, nominated by an international network of academic institutions, central banks and the IMF. Peter Day hears their ideas.
Wednesday 14 September: The Secret War on Terror (2 of 2)
The second part of the Secret War on Terror in which the BBC's Peter Taylor reveals the astonishing inside story of the intelligence war which has been fought against al-Qaeda over the last decade since 9/11. He asks whether the West is winning and whether we are any safer from attack.
Thursday 15 September: The Indignant of Greece
People in Greece are angry - but is the protest movement, the Indignants, the answer? Ed Butler looks at the increasingly fractured relationship between the rulers and the ruled in Greece, and asks: where next for the Indignants?