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Frost Over the World
The battle for Bahrain
Khalid al-Khalifa, Bahrain's foreign minister, discusses the turmoil in his country.
Last Modified: 26 Feb 2011 12:35 GMT

Whilst all eyes are on Libya, protests continue in the Gulf state of Bahrain. Sir David Frost talks to Khalid al-Khalifa, Bahrain's foreign minister. Plus, Palestinian doctor Izzeldin Abuelaish has written a personal memoir called I Shall Not Hate about the deaths of three of his daughters during the 2009 Israeli incursion into Gaza. Sir David also talks to TV producer Mark Henderson who recently returned to Colombia to meet one of the men that held him hostage for 102 days.



In a special interview Sir David meets rock legend, Sting. The singer-songwriter has won 16 Grammy Awards and is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Finally, Italian senator Emma Bonino discusses the controversial ties between Italy and Libya and the scandal surrounding Silvio Berlusconi.

This episode of Frost Over the World aired from Friday, February 25, 2011.

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