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On this week's show: Journalist Simon Winchester on the Falkland Islands, fiction meets reality as the Bolshoi acid attacker is unmasked in Moscow and, in the US, Muslims share their own personal definitions of Jihad.

Produced by Kate Laycock, André Leslie, Nancy Isenson and Michael Springer

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Bolshoi acid attacker arrested

It seems almost ripe for a Hollywood film script. A famous ballet dancer is arrested for allegedly masterminding an attack with sulfuric acid on the Bolshoi Theater’s ballet director - and all because the director refused to give leading roles to the dancer’s girlfriend.

Report by Geert Groot Koerkamp

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Reclaiming Jihad

The "My Jihad" campaign aims to change public perception of the Muslim concept of jihad. Ahmed Rehab talks to us about a word which, for millions of Muslims around the world, signifies inner struggle, not outward conflict.

Interview: Kate Laycock

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Reporting from a man's world

Sports journalist Debbie Spillane has been working as one of only a handful of female sports journalists in Australia since the early 80s. Now, she's even developed her own panel show, Hens FC, a sports chatshow featuring purely female guests.

Interview: Kate Laycock and André Leslie

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Freed member of Pussy Riot speaks out

Why were two of the Pussy Riot accused sent to penal colonies whilst the other was let off with a suspended sentence? This is question is at the core of the disagreement which threatens to split one of the most powerful symbols of anti-Putin protest.

Report: Mareike Aden

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Lebanese TV star still speaking out

May Chidiac was one of Lebanon's star TV anchors and one of the most outspoken journalists in her country. One day, as she was getting in her car, a bomb exploded underneath her. Against all odds, she survived.

Report: John Laurenson

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Sharing the screen with Laurel & Hardy

Jean Darling started in films as a child actor back in the 1920s. She went on to work with none other than Laurel and Hardy. Jean, who is now 90, and the last surviving member of the silent film era, says that, surprisingly, the two comedians were not really that funny off camera.

Report: Ashley Byrne

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The Falklands, then and now

In 1982, journalist Simon Winchester was on hand to witness the invasion of the Falkland Islands by Argentinean forces. He was later captured, and held in an Argentine jail on charges of espionage. On the eve of the Falklands' referendum, he shares his story.

Interview: Kate Laycock and André Leslie

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