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Faultlines

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2008-12-19 13:06:00
1/4. Alan Little looks at key 'faultlines' of history, exploring reasons why some places are always 'at war' in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-02 17:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 2/4. The Mexico/US border.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-08-31 20:00:00
3/4. Alan Little looks at key "faultlines" of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-08-31 19:00:00
3/4. Alan Little looks at key "faultlines" of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-17 10:05:00
4/4. Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-13 00:05:00
4/4. Allan Little presents a series looking at key 'faultlines' of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers manipulate these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-12 20:05:00
4/4. Allan Little presents a series looking at key 'faultlines' of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers manipulate these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-12 15:05:00
4/4. Allan Little presents a series looking at key 'faultlines' of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers manipulate these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-12 12:05:00
4/4. Allan Little presents a series looking at key 'faultlines' of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers manipulate these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-10 10:05:00
3/4. Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-10 09:05:00
3/4. Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-05 23:05:00
3/4. Alan Little looks at key "faultlines" of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-05 19:05:00
3/4. Alan Little looks at key "faultlines" of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-05 11:05:00
3/4. Alan Little looks at key "faultlines" of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-05 08:05:00
3/4. Alan Little looks at key "faultlines" of history. He explores reasons why someplaces are always "at war" in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-03 10:05:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future. 2/4. The Mexico/US border.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-06-03 09:05:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future. 2/4. The Mexico/US border.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-30 00:05:00
2/4. Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-29 20:05:00
2/4. Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-05-29 20:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 4/4. Lebanon.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-29 12:05:00
2/4. Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-29 09:05:00
2/4. Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep forcing the past into the present - and future.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-22 23:05:00
1/4. Alan Little looks at key 'faultlines' of history, exploring reasons why some places are always 'at war' in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-05-22 20:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 3/4. China and Japan.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-22 19:05:00
1/4. Alan Little looks at key 'faultlines' of history, exploring reasons why some places are always 'at war' in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-05-22 19:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 3/4. China and Japan.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-22 11:05:00
1/4. Alan Little looks at key 'faultlines' of history, exploring reasons why some places are always 'at war' in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC World Service at 2006-05-22 08:05:00
1/4. Alan Little looks at key 'faultlines' of history, exploring reasons why some places are always 'at war' in one way or another, and how foreign powers have manipulated these areas.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-05-15 20:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 2/4. The Mexico/US border.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-05-15 19:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 2/4. The Mexico/US border.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-05-08 20:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 1/4. Sierra Leone.

> Faultlines on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-05-08 19:00:00
Allan Little analyses four parts of the world where the 'tectonic plates' of history keep bringing the regions into the news headlines generation after generation. 1/4. Sierra Leone.

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