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Frost Over the World
Prince Hassan of Jordan
The chairman of the West Asia North Africa Forum talks about the change sweeping through the Arab world.
Last Modified: 13 Mar 2011 11:04 GMT

As change continues to sweep through the Middle East, Sir David talks to Prince Hassan of Jordan, the chairman of the West Asia North Africa Forum (WANA). Plus, Irish dancer Michael Flatley and Yahya al-Mantheri, the chairman of the state council of Oman.

On Wednesday, Enda Kenny was sworn in as Ireland's new prime minister. With his country in economic ruin, his first task is to try to renegotiate the terms of a massive loan from the EU. Sir David is joined by John Bruton, Ireland's former prime minister. Plus Nobel laureate James Watson, who co-discovered the structure of DNA. Finally producer Carie Lemack on her Oscar-nominated documentary, Killing in the Name, which follows one man's quest to meet and challenge Islamic terrorists around the world.



This episode of Frost Over the World aired from Friday, March 11, 2011.

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