10 - 13 November 2014
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Monday 10 November: Trauma (Part 2 of 2)
In the second programme of the Discovery series on trauma medicine Dr Kevin Fong travels to Afghanistan to meet the medical teams in Camp Bastion.
Tuesday 11 November: Francis Rossi - Status Quo
Hardtalk’s Stephen Sackur talks to Francis Rossi, guitarist, singer and founder of the band Status Quo – one of the most popular and durable acts in the history of rock 'n' roll. He’s turned the old mantra “live fast, die young” on its head - he has lived fast and just kept on going. The music business has changed beyond all recognition in the last 40 years – how are Status Quo still rocking all over the world?
Wednesday 12 November: From Kabul to Kiev: Mustafa Nayyem's Story
Afghan refugee, Mustafa Nayyem, became a top Ukrainian journalist, and is now standing for election to Kiev’s new parliament. Andriy Kravets of BBC Ukrainian returns to his native Ukraine to find out Mustafa’s motivation to run for parliament and explore possible political implications.
Thursday 13 November: Iran's Gay Refugees
Being homosexual in Iran can be punishable by death. But the Iranian state is tolerant of those who undergo clinical procedures to change their gender.