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Monday 23 July: African Entrepreneurs (Part 2 of 2)
In the second of two programmes on African entrepreneurship, Peter Day talks to entrepreneurs from Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya about the risks they took to start up thriving businesses across the continent.
Tuesday 24 July: It Started With A Tweet (Part 2 of 2)
Duncan Hewitt concludes his look at the microblogging trend in China. This week his interviewees include the blogger and new media expert, Isaac Mao; the world's most popular blogger, Han Han; and a man who wrote a novel on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent to Twitter.
Wednesday 25 July: Freedom and Culture in Benghazi
Nina Robinson explores newfound cultural freedoms in Libya's second city Benghazi.
Thursday 26 July: No Greater Love
Leigh Pitt was an ordinary man. One summer evening in June 2007, he jumped into a London canal to save a nine-year-old boy. The boy survived; Leigh drowned. Two years later he became the first person in 78 years to be commemorated on the Memorial of Heroic Self Sacrifice - one of London's least-known monuments. Hidden in Postman's Park - a patch of green behind St Paul's Cathedral - the Memorial was established in 1900 by the artist George Frederic Watts.