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On this week's show: A personal account of running the 2013 Boston Marathon, a playwright's perspective on the Thatcher years, and the South Korean islanders nervous for their future. All that, plus various stories of "home" from around the globe.

Produced by: Kate Laycock, Neil King, Christoph Groove, Thomas Schmidt and Andre Leslie.

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A dream turns to dust

For runner Shannon Leach, competing in the 2013 Boston Marathon was a dream come true. Then that dream turned into a nightmare.

Shannon Leach is a nurse and amateur runner.

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Stuck in the middle

When tensions mount between North and South Korea, the last place you want to be is on an island stuck between the two.

Report: Jason Strother

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Theater under Thatcher

A playwright's perspective on Margaret Thatcher and her impact on the arts in Britain.

David Edgar is a British playwright and president of the Writer's Guild of Great Britain.

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Last man on the reservation

Bill Tuttle, 91, and his struggle to keep his home, which is built on land claimed by the Colorado River Indian Tribes.

Report: John Sepulvado

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Afro-Colombian struggle for land ownership

Afro-Colombians have lived in Cartagena for generations, but getting their land rights officially recognized has proved difficult.

Report: Nick Davis

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Eritreans far from home

The Eritrean diaspora plays an important role in campaigning for democratic change within the country.

Report: Rizwan Sayed

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The man who invented the cell phone

The story of the man who invented the gadget you just can't live without.

Report: Ashley Byrne

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