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Frost Over the World
'Why it's all kicking off everywhere'
Author Paul Mason discusses the issues behind protests, uprisings and revolutions sweeping across the world.
Last Modified: 14 Jan 2012 16:43

Paul Mason, the BBC economics editor and author, joins Sir David Frost to talk about his new book Why It's All Kicking Off Everywhere - a book about the uprisings, protests and revolutions that are currently sweeping across the world.

And Dennis Ross, the former chief White House advisor on Middle East Policy, will discuss the latest round of sanctions imposed on Iran as well as the ongoing stalemate in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.

Portia Walker, a freelance journalist, shares her experience of reporting in Libya and discuss how the country's new government can rebuild the nation.

London Olympics 2012

Sebastian Coe, an organiser of the London Olympics, will look ahead to the London Olympics which start on July 27, 2012.

Doug Wead, the strategic advisor to Ron Paul's campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination joins Sir David to discuss the race for the White House.

Nazenin Ansari, the vice-president of the Foreign Press Association and managing editor of Kayhan (London), a Persian weekly, talks about media censorship in Iran.

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Al Jazeera
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