Selasa, 23 November 2010

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Tuesday 23 November 2010 at 10.30pm on BBC 2
Presented by Jeremy Paxman

In an unprecedented move, a British Muslim family has spoken openly to Newsnight about one of their own falling victim to radicalisation, a story which reveals serious flaws in how the UK deals with the threat of Islamist terror.

Umar Arshad's family repeatedly turned to the police for help as their son came under the influence of Muslim extremists, but believe that they were seriously let down by the authorities.

Richard Watson brings us this fascinating film from Manchester.

Mark Urban will be reporting on the artillery exchange between North and South Korea, one of the most serious clashes there since the Korean War in the 1950s.

We have a film from Berlin giving the German perspective on the euro crisis. How long will they put up with having to bail out weaker economies?

And following the success of Downton Abbey and with 70s classic Upstairs Downstairs returning to our screens this Christmas, we discuss the UK obsession with class interplay with guests including Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes - himself now a newly created Lord.

Join Jeremy at 10.30pm on BBC Two.

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