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The 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms remembered

Marking the 30th anniversary of the November 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms, the Wiener Library is staging an exhibition to commemorate the events.
from Wiener Library on Nov 23, 2014.
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Lion-hearted campaigners win the day

Why bother fighting for animals when abuses of people are so rampant?
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* This week's talks include Noam Chomsky In ConversationLatin America- Adelante!, a day-long conference; Obiageli 'Oby' Ezekwesili on Africa Rising? What will happen when her citizens arise; Sandi Toksvig, Billy Bragg, Shami Chakrabarti, Vanessa Redgrave at the The Liberty Human Rights Awards; and Nadifa Mohamed, Chibundu Onuzo and Tope Folarin on what it means to be a ‘Diaspora’ writer; Documenting Disasters: Ten years on from the Indian Ocean tsunami - and lots more.


*  The National Theatre is staging two fascinating theatre productions. Here Lies Love is a musical that traces the journey of Imelda Marcos, former First Lady of the Philippines, from her meteoric rise to power to descent into infamy and disgrace. Now there's  Behind the Beautiful Forevers by David Hare, based on Katherine Boo's book about a group of residents in a Mumbai shantytown. Zehrunisa and her son Abdul aim to recycle enough rubbish to fund a proper house. Sunil, 12 and stunted, wants to eat until he’s as tall as Kalu the thief. Asha seeks to steal government anti-poverty funds to turn herself into a ‘first-class person’, while her daughter Manju intends to become the slum’s first female graduate. But their schemes are fragile; global recession threatens the garbage trade, and another slum dweller is about to make an accusation that will destroy herself and shatter the neighbourhood.

 

* There's another musical on an unlikely topic: The Scottsboro Boys, the all-singing, all-dancing version of an infamous story of injustice against nine African-Americans, performed as a minstrel show – itself a hated symbol of racial stereotyping. 

 

* Next film festival: the Palestine festival, from 28 November to 4 December.

 

* Below, right: Latin America- Adelante! conference,at TUC Congress House, with sessions on virtually every country in the region, including After Chavez, the Empire Strikes Back; Cuba’s response to the Ebola crisis and 50 years of Cuban international assistance; For Peace, Development & Progress – The New Latin America in the World Today; Elections in Bolivia, Brazil and Uruguay: How the Latin American Left moves forward; and Ecuador’s Citizens’ Revolution: from neo-liberal failure to social justice for all.


Daniel Nelsoné sol no brasil

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TALKS AND MEETINGS 

 

Wednesday 26 November

* The Problem with Democracy, Matthew Flinders, 6.30-8pm, £8/£6/£5, British Library, Euston Road, NW1. Info: 0330 333 1144/ Customer-Services@bl.uk

* In Conversation with Noam Chomsky, 6-7.30pm, The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, SW1. Info: 7969 5200/ events@britac.ac.uk

* The Languages of Migration, Michael Rosen, 6.30–8pm, London School of Economics, Hohghton Street, WC2

* Korean Literature Night: Shadow of Arms, 6.30-8.30pm, free, Korean Cultural Centre UK, Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, WC2 Info: info@kccuk.org.uk/ 7004 2600

* Take A Stand, tribute to Manning, Assange and Snowden, with Vaughan Smith, Norman Solomon, Gavin MacFadyen, David Dormino, and in Paris William Bourdon and Jean Michel Boissier, 7pm, £5, Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, W2. Info: events@frontlineclub.com/ 7479 8940

* An End to Impartiality - Reporting with Honesty,  Martin Bell, Peter Oborne, Richard Sambrook, Christina Lamb, Parvathi Menon, 6.30-8pm, £5/students free, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, WC1. Info:  Tickets

* Journalism’s new risks and new rewards, Christine Ockrent, 6.30pm, free, City University, Northampton Square, EC1

* The Global Public Sphere, Ingrid Volkmer, Mary Kaldor, 6.30pm, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, WC2. Info: events@lse.ac.uk/ 7955 6043

* Power Politics and the Humanitarian Impulse: the United Nations in the post-Cold War era, Mats Berdal, 6.30pm, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, WC2. Info: events@lse.ac.uk/ 7955 6043

* The Languages of Migration, Michael Rosen, 6.30pm, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, WC2. Info: events@lse.ac.uk/ 7955 6043

* The IPCC Synthesis Report: linking science with policy relevance, Jim Skea, 6pm, Imperial College, South Kensington Campus, SW7. Info: 7589 5111 

 

Thursday 27 November  

* Working with the Grain, book launch with Brian Levy and Sue Unsworth, 6-7.30pm, Overseas Development Institute, 203 Blackfriars Road, SE1. Info: 7922 0300

* Command and Control, Eric Schlosser on the dangerous history of the management of nuclear weapons – and the grave risk they still pose to humankind, 1pm, Royal Society of Arts, 8 John Adam Street, WC2. Info: 7451 6868/ rsa.events@rsa.org.uk

* NO, screening and discussion of Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s video installation which focuses on the rigorous visa process that people must go through to enter the UK, 6.30pm, free, Iniva, 1 Rivington Place, EC2. Info: rsvp@mosaicrooms.org

* The Global Campaign for Microbicides, 12:45-1:45pm, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, WC1. Info: http://global-campaign-for-microbicides.eventbrite.co.uk

* On Progress and Human Development, Paul Anand, Catherine Audard, Jonathan Wolff, 6.30pm, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, WC2. Info: events@lse.ac.uk/ 7955 6043

* The Business of Immigration Enforcement: The role of the voluntary sector, Imogen Tyler, Frances Webber, 6-8pm, Institute of Race Relations, 2-6 Leeke Street, WC1. Info: http://www.irr.org.uk/events/the-business-of-immigration-enforcement-the-role-of-the-voluntary-sector/

 

Friday 28 November

* Groundwater, poverty and development, 5pm, Oveseas Development Institute, 203 Blackfriars Road, SE1. Info: 7922 0300/ richard@richard-carter.org/ 01525 405147)

* Our journey: talks and workshops exploring the use of multimedia and the arts to tell migrant stories, 9.30am-5pm, free, Paddington Arts, 32 Woodfield Road, W9. Info: 7834 2505 x208/ ourjourneyconference.eventbrite.co.uk 

 

Saturday 29 November

* Latin America- Adelante! conference, 9.15am–5pm, TUC Congress House, Great Russell Street, WC1. Sessions include: After Chavez, the Empire Strikes Back – Defending Venezuela Against US Intervention; Media Lies & Violent destabilisation; Cuba’s response to the Ebola crisis and 50 years of Cuban international assistance; Peace and Protest in Colombia; Europe, Latin America & Alternatives to Neo-Liberalism; For Peace, Development & Progress – The New Latin America in the World Today;Elections in Bolivia, Brazil and Uruguay: How the Latin American Left moves forward; Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras & El Salvador: Resistance and Progress; Ecuador’s Citizens’ Revolution: from neo-liberal failure to social justice for all; plus films

 

Monday 1 December

* Globalization Since Bhopal: Three Decades of Environmental Disaster, Vandana Shiva and Ravi Rajan, 6.30-9.30pm, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, WC1. Info: ga3@soas.ac.uk/ 7898 4557

* 'Africa Rising? What will happen when her citizens arise', Obiageli 'Oby' Ezekwesili, 6-8pm, Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, W1. Info:  RSVP@royalafricansociety.org 

* The Liberty Human Rights Awards, Sandi Toksvig, Billy Bragg, Shami Chakrabarti, Vanessa Redgrave, 7pm, £10, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, SW1. Info: 7960 4200

* Africa 39, Nadifa Mohamed (Somalia), Chibundu Onuzo (Nigeria) and Tope Folarin (Nigeria) discuss their writing and what it means to be a ‘Diaspora’ writer, 6.30pm, £4, Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, EC1. Info: 7324 2570/ info@freewordcentre.com

* Truth in the Age of Twitter, Matthew Winkler, 6:30pm, City University, A130, College Building, St John Street, EC1

* Ethics Matters in Climate Change, John Broome, 6.30pm, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, WC1. Info: events@lse.ac.uk/ 7955 6043

* Bollywood’s India Hindi Cinema as a Guide to Contemporary India, Rachel Dwyer, Faisal Devji and Charlie Henniker, 6.30pm, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, WC1. Info: ssai@soas.ac.uk/ 7898 4390

 

Tuesday 2 December

* Talking About Human Rights, Rachel Krys, 9.15-10.30am, £10-£45, Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, N7 

* Public Relations: The Master Now, John Lloyd, 6pm, free, Royal Society of Arts,  8 John Adam Street, WC2. Info: 7451 6868/ rsa.events@rsa.org.uk 

* Open Government in the Age of Total War,  Matthew Connelly, 6.30pm, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, WC1. Info: events@lse.ac.uk/ 7955 6043

* Dying for solutions: trials of interventions to reduce early mortality, Alison Grant; Shabbar Jaffar; Stephen Lawn, 12:45-1:45pm, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, WC1. Info: events@lshtm.ac.uk

* Why Yemen matters: Development, Security and the rhetoric of Unity, Helen Lackner, 5.45pm, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, WC1. Info:  vp6@soas.ac.uk/ 7898 4330

 

Wednesday 3 December

* Documenting Disasters: Ten years on from the Indian Ocean tsunami, Joseph Cabon, Nick Guttmann, Imogen Wall, 7pm, £12.50, Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, W2. Info: events@frontlineclub.com/ 7479 8940

* Campaigning against global poverty and injustice, Rafeef Ziadah, 2pm, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, WC1. Info: al29@soas.ac.uk/ 7898 4690 

* Does poverty drive violence against children?, Nicola Jones, Rachel Marcus, Kiya Gezahegne, Laura Camfield, Richard Morgan, midday-1.30pm, free, Overseas Development Institute, 203 Blackfriars Road, SE1. Info: 7922 0300

* Human Rights: Developments, Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, 6pm, free, Gresham College, Barnard’s Inn Hall, Holborn, EC1. Info: 7831 0575/ enquiries@gresham.ac.uk

* Joint Seminar: Gender Violence & Persons with Disabilities, Karen Devries, Maria Zuurmond and Morgan Banks, 12:45-2pm, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, WC1. Info: events@lshtm.ac.uk

* Conflicting Waters in the Middle East: An Overview of the Hydropolitical Stakes,  François Boëdec, 7pm, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, WC1. Info: ledc@soas.ac.uk

 

 

 

EXHIBITIONS

 


Bhopal: Facing 30, photographs, 9am-5pm, Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, EC2, until 12 December. Info: www.bhopalfacing30.wordpress.com


The 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogroms Remembered, photographs and text, Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, WC1, until 23 December. Info: info@wienerlibrary.co.uk/ http://www.wienerlibrary.co.uk/

+ 26 NovCrooked Timber of Mankind: Reflections on the 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogroms, Swaran Singh, 6.30-9.30pm. Info:  Wiener Library

No justice for 1984 anti-Sikh bloodshed

 

* Tangled Yarnsexplores the politics and morality of the textile industry and the cotton trade, beginning with  the violent campaign by English weavers against imported Indian cotton in the early 18th century, when gangs attacked women wearing patterned cotton gowns or petticoats, to the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory building, which killed 1,138 Bangladeshi garment workers, William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, Forest Road, E17, until 25 January. Info: 8496 4390

 

Conflict, Time, Photography, photographers who have looked back at moments of conflict, from seconds after a bomb is detonated to 100 years after a war has ended, £14.50/ £12.50, Tate Modern, bankside, SE1, until 15 March. Info: http://www.tate.org.uk/ 7887 8888

War photography: what happens after the conflict?

 

HIV/AIDS: Controlling and eradicating a modern epidemic, exhibition examining the development of prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS and research underway at the School, 10:00am-4pm, London School of Hygiene Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, WC1, until 30 December. Info: events@lshtm.ac.uk

 

* Disobedient Objects, exhibition that looks at the role of objects in movements for social change, including banners, changing designs for barricades, political video games, experimental activist bicycles and textiles bearing witness to political murders,  V&A Museum, South Kensington, until 1 February

Objects that help change the world

 

Rapid Response Collecting, small, stimulating display of 11 contemporary objects collected in response to major moments in history that touch the worlds of design and manufacturing, V&A Museum, South Kensington, SW5, until 15 January.

Printed guns, nude shoes and Indonesian eyelashes

 

* Black Chronicles II, exhibition exploring black presences in 19th and early 20th century Britain, through the prism of photography – particularly studio portraiture, Rivington Place, EC2, until 29 November. Info: info@rivingtonplace.org/ 7749 1240/  Exhibition/ 

+ Ending the historical absence of the black presence 

 

* Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age, 18 photographers, 250 photographs from the '30s til now, including the dramatic growth of Chinese urbanisation recorded by Nadav Kander, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, until 11 January; part of of the Constructing Worlds season, which includes film about cities around the world

+ Post-independence architecture in the picture

 

* Voice of Freedom, exhibition from work with a project that supports African women who have escaped trafficking in the Sudan and Sinai, by appointment, Matrix Chambers, Griffin Building, Gray's Inn, WC1, until 30 December. Info: matt@photovoice.org for admission details. Info:  VoF website 

 

* Animal Photography Prize Exhibition, free with zoo ticket, London Zoo, Regent's park, until 12 December. Info:  449 6200/ info@zsl.org

 

World Press Photos of the Year, 185 award-winning photographs, covering topics from hard news to sports and portraits, 10am–11pm, free, Royal Festival Hall Belvedere Road, SE1, until 26 November

 

Helmand Return, photos by Robert Wilson, Gallery One and a Half, 1 1/2 Ardleigh Road, N1, until 30 November. Info: 7923 1430

 

* Re-Imagine: Black Women in Britain, Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm, Black Cultural Archives, 1 Windrush Square, SW2, free, until 30 November. Info: 3757 8500/  info@bcaheritage.org.uk

+ 28 November, lunchtime talks, 1-145pm, £5/£3 

 

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014, the work of professionals and amateur photographers from around the globe, £6.30-£12.60, Natural History Museum, South Kensington, until 30 August


*Tall Storeys - Evolution in Hong Kong Architecture 1963-2014, free, RIBA, W1., until 26 November. Info: 7580 5533

 

London, Sugar & Slavery , permanent gallery at the Museum in Docklands, with new display that gives a snapshot of those who received compensation when slavery was abolished in the 1830s, No 1 Warehouse, E14. Info: 0870 444 38520870 444 3852/ info@museumoflondon.org.uk

 

* atmosphere: exploring climate science, free, Science Museum, South Kensington. Info: Museum

 

Atlantic Worlds, transatlantic slave trade gallery, National Maritime Museum, Park Row, SE1. Info: 8858 4422/ 8312 656

 

Eco Zone Gallery, small gallery devoted to sustainable building products and materials, The Building Centre, Store Street, WC1. Info: 7692 4000/ reception@buildingcentre.co.ukCentre

 

from Thursday 27 November

* End User, the title refers to the general public who must usually agree to an End User License Agreement, an often-mindless 'one-click' legal contract that binds us, and all of our information to these companies, free, Hayward Gallery Project Space, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, SW1, until 18 January. Info: Southbank 

 

Saturday 29-Sunday 30 November

* Exploring migrant stories, photos, films, audio, comic strips and music by diverse Londoners, free, 10am-6pm/ 10am-5pm, Paddington Arts, 32 Woodfield Roa, W9 . Info: 7286 2722/   EmilyCZ@migrant@migrants.org.uk/ http://www.paddingtonarts.org.uk

 

Image: Tangled Yarns explores the politics and morality of the textile industry and the cotton trade, from the 18th century to the present day.

Alke Schmidt: Tangled Yarns

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FILM

 

* CitizenFour, documentary about Edward Snowden, Prince Charles Cinema,  ICA, Odeon Panton Street

 

* InRealLife, fascinating, wonderfully frank documentary about the effects of the Internet on teenagers, £3-£6,  ICA, The Mall, SW1, until 4 December. Info: http://www.ica.orhg.uk

 

* We Are The Giant, documentary filmed largely in secret that shows the lives of six ordinary citizens in the Middle East  grappling with the question of whether to take up arms and fight or to stick to non-violence, Curzon Victoria, St James's Park, SW1

+ We are the people, we are the giant

 

Concerning Violence, documentary based on Frantz Fanon’s landmark 1961 book, 'The Wretched of the Earth'

28 Nov-4 Dec, ICA, Curzon Victoria

Colonialism: where violence begets violence 

 

Wednesday 26 November

* Excuse My French, comedy about an Egyptian child whose life is turned upside down by being sent to a public school when he is forced to hide being a Christian + Q&A with director Amr Salaman, 7pm, £8/£6, Leighton House Museum, 12 Holland Park Road, W14. Info: http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/museums/ 7602 3316

* Libya Hurra, documents director Fritz Ofner’s road trip through Libya during the last weeks of the revolution against Muammar al-Gaddafi’s regime, 7pm, Austrian Cultural Forum, 28 Rutland Gate, SW7. Info: 7225 7300

* I Am Yours, feature about Mina, a 27-year-old actress, second generation Pakistani and single mother of four-year-old Felix. She’s separated from her husband, who her family adore + Q&A with Amrita Acharia, 8.30pm, Hackney Picturehouse

 

Thursday 27 November

* Leaving Bastion, documentary about the dismantling of Camp Bastion, the power-house of the British Army’s military operations in Afghanistan + Q&A with director Richard Parry, producer Leslie Knott and executive producer Mike Lerner, 7pm, £10, Frontline 13 Norfolk Place, W2. Info: 7479 8940/ events@frontlineclub.com/ 

* Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case, documentary that follows the four-year court battle between the artist and and the Chinese authorities. 8.30pm, Hackney Picturehouse. Info: Fake Case

 

Thursday 27-Sunday 30 November

* Argentine Film Festival. http://www.argentinefilmfestival.co.uk/ Programme includes 30 Nov, Street Years, documentary that follows four street-kids over 12 years, 3pm, Brixton Ritzy

 

Friday 28 November

* Zoom in Yemen, Alastair Clark, Rachel Robey, Rowaida Al and Azzam Al-Bakri discuss the British Council’s Short Film Competition that aims to discover Yemeni filmmaking talent, boost the local film industry and promote greater understanding about the country, 7pm, £7/£5, Leighton House Museum, 12 Holland Park Road, W14. Info: http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/museums/ 7602 3316/ http://www.youtube.com/ZoomCompetition

* The Silk Road of Pop, an evening of music and film about the Uyghur community of China's Xinjiang province + Q&A with the film's directors, 6.30pm, free, British Library, 96 Euston Road, NW1. Info: (0)1937 546546/ boxoffice@bl.uk

 

from Friday 28 November

* London Palestine Film Festival, until 4 December. Info: Programme

+ 28 Nov, Eyes of a Thief,  West Bank-set thriller

+ 29 Nov, Giraffada, family-friendly drama in which 10-year-old Ziad and his zoo veterinarian father embark on a journey to save the West Bank’s only giraffe.

My Love Awaits Me By The Sea, documentary chronicles the director’s first journey back to her homeland, Palestine

+ 30 Nov, Villa Touma, dark comedy of manners about the three unmarried sisters who retreat to the family’s crumbling Ramallah villa

+ 1 Dec, Cinema Palestine, documentary exploring the life and work of several generations of Palestinian filmmakers

+ 2 Dec, Mars at Sunrise, Inspired by the testimony of an artist subjected to torture

+ 3 Dec, The Palestinians, documentary + panel with Taylor Downing, Mike Dibbon and others on Palestine on UK television

+ 4 Dec, Ramallah: A Triple Bill, three different accounts of the city

 

 

PERFORMANCE

 

Behind the Beautiful Forevers, David Hare's adaptation of Katherine Boo's book about life in Mumbai shantytown, National Theatre, Southbank, SE1. Info: 7452 3000/ Production

27 Nov, David Hare, Peter Ansorge, Richard Eyre, 10.30am–5pm, £45/£35

The slumdogs who aren't millionaires

Behind the Beautiful Forevers: A spotlight on Mumbai's poor

 

* Here Lies Love, Imelda Marcos' meteoric rise to fame in The Philippines and her fall to infamy and disgrace - "dress comfortably and come ready to dance", National Theatre, South Bank, SE1, until 8 January. Info: National

 

* The Scottsboro Boys, an infamous story of injustice against nine African-Americans  performed as a minstrel show – itself a hated symbol of racial stereotyping, Garrick Theatre, Charing Cross Road, WC2, to 21 February. Info: 0844 412 4662/ ScottsboroMusicalLondon.com

+ The black and black minstrel show

 

* East is East, revival of British comedy about growing up in a mixed-race family in 1970s Salford, Trafalgar Studios, until 3 January. Info: 0844 871 7632

 

* State Red, short sharp drama about a mixed race cop, and his black mother, white father and white boyhood friend, which cleverly combines personal family struggle against the need to challenge racism in the Met, £10/£12, Hampstead Theatre, Swiss Cottage, SW3 until 6 December. Info: 7722 9301

 

* Theatre Uncut, playwrights respond to the political situation and make the plays available for anyone to perform, here, each performance here will be followed by Q&A on issues raised by the plays, 7pm except Sundays 5.30pm, Soho Theatre, Dean Street, W1, until 30 November. Info: Theatre Uncut

 

Wednesday 26-Saturday 29 November

* Olaudah Equiano, The Enslaved African, fact-based drama, £5/£8/£9/£10,  Sutton House, 2 and 4 Homerton High Street, E9. Info: 8986 2264/ suttonhouse@nationaltrust.org.uk

 

Saturday 29-Sunday 30 November

* A Song of Good and Evil, human rights lawyer Philippe Sands narrates an original piece exploring modern justice through words and music by Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, Aragon, Mizraki and Leonard Cohen, £20/£15, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, SE1. Info.0844 847 9911

 

from Sunday 30 November

* Obama-ology, When African-American college graduate Warren takes a job with the 2008 Obama campaign, he’s fired up  – until he lands in the troubled streets of East Cleveland and learns that changing society isn’t as easy as he imagined, Finborough Theatre, 118 Finborough Road, SW10. Info: 0844 847 1652/ Finborough

 

 

 

TV AND RADIO

 

 

Tuesday 25 November

* World's Greatest Food Markets, Mexico City's Central de Abasto, 11.20pm, BBC2

* Shared Planet: snapping turtles, 11am, R4

* Terror Through Time, state-sponsored killers, 1.45pm, R4

* The Design Dimension, the history and use of design in protests, 3pm, R4 (see also: Exhibitions - Disobedient Objects)

* Front Row, include a look at a new exhibition - Conflict, Time, Photography (see: Exhibitions)

* Syria: Bread and Bombs, black comedy, 10.45am, 7.45pm, R4

* Afghanistan: The Lessons of War, 8pm, R4

 

Wednesday 26 November

* The Killing Fields, political thriller set in the time of the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia, 9pm, BBC4

* Terror Through Time, Afghan dawn, 1.45pm, R4

* Syria: Bread and Bombs, black comedy, 10.45am, 7.45pm, R4

 

Thursday 27 November

* The Mekong River with Sue Perkins, 11.20pm, BBC2

* Crossing Continents: ebola in Liberia, 11am, R4

* Terror Through Time, Sri Lankas' Tamil Tigers, 1.45pm, R4

* Syria: Bread and Bombs, black comedy, 10.45am, 7.45pm, R4

 

Friday 28 November

* Syria: Bread and Bombs, black comedy, 10.45am, 7.45pm, R4

* Terror Through Time, Northern Ireland, 1.45pm, R4

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