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On this week's show: Why objectivity won’t win you friends in Egypt, David Miranda speaks out about his detention and a wife’s mission for justice in Pakistan. Then, we revisit Martin Luther King’s dream, 50 years on from his historic speech.

Produced by Kate Laycock, Samantha Early, Nancy Isenson and Erhard Bürger

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Caught between Egypt's extremes

As a defendant in Egypt's notorious NGO trial, Hafsa Halawa had every reason to resent the Muslim Brotherhood. So why is she sticking her neck out to call for calm in an increasingly polarized media landscape?

Interview: Kate Laycock and Samantha Early

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Defiant after detention

Meet David Miranda, the Brazilian partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald. His detention under UK terror laws has put him at the center of an international storm over press freedom and national security.

Report: Dom Philips

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A wife's mission

Amina Masood Janjua last saw her husband eight years ago. Since his disappearance, she's become one of Pakistan's most prominent campaigners for justice for the families of hundreds of innocent people unwittingly swept up in the USA's "war on terror".

Report: Malik Ayub Sumbal

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Reclaiming the dream

On the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, Gary Younge talks to us about Dr. Marin Luther King Jr.'s dream, and the bitter reality from which it sprang. Younge's new book is "The Speech: The Story Behind Martin Luther King's Dream."

Interview: Kate Laycock and Samantha Early

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Not a student, a soldier

James Meredith on being the first non-white person to attend the University of Mississippi, and why the fight against inequality is far from over.

Report: Ashley Byrne

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Small man, big ambitions

S'manga Khumalo is making history in South Africa, becoming the first ever black jockey to win the country's biggest prize. Once mocked for his slight build, the boy from the townships is now in hot demand.

Report: Dagmar Wittek

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