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Radio

Supporting Assad against the ‘invaders’

Plus: why are we given so little teaching on how to care? And is there some truth to the three-second rule?

19 March 2016

9:00 AM

19 March 2016

9:00 AM

Four programmes, four very different kinds of radio, from a classically made drama to weird sonic ramblings, via the best kind of all: first-person narrative, straight to mike. On Syrian Voices this week on Radio 4 (produced by David Prest), Lyse Doucet has been talking to Syrians whose lives have been utterly changed by the war, now passing its five-year mark.

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