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Frost Over the World
Jimmy Wales on Wikipedia at 10
The founder of Wikipedia talks about the future of the world's fifth most popular website.
Last Modified: 15 Jan 2011 11:57 GMT
Jimmy Wales

The founder of Wikipedia talks to Sir David Frost about what the future holds for the world's fifth most popular website, as it celebrates its tenth anniversary.

Plus, adventurer and mountaineer Aron Ralston talks about his 127-hour ordeal trapped at the bottom of a canyon in Utah, which has now been made into a Hollywood film.

Has US politics become too vitriolic?

Following a shooting at a political event in Tuscon, Arizona, Sir David talks to Laura Schwartz, an expert on the Democratic Party, Julian Zelizer, a professor of History of Public Affairs at Princeton University, and Republican commentator Charlie Wolf on whether US politics is becoming too vitriolic.

Plus, economist Dambisa Moyo was named one of the world's 100 most influential people by Time Magazine and features in Oprah Winfrey's power list of "20 remarkable visionaries". She talks to Sir David about her new book, How the West was Lost.

And author and former New York Times correspondent Stephen Kinzer talks about how it is time for the US to engage with Iran and his new book, Reset the Middle East.

This episode of Frost Over the World aired from Friday, January 14, 2011.

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