A selection of articles from the Guardian newspaper and online made available in audio.
Ghaith Abdul-Ahad writes on Syrian rebels sidetracked by the scramble for the spoils of war.
Edward Helmore on Ilion - the gunmaking town in crisis after the Newtown massacre.
Beijing spends a billion to get China rocking - Jonathan Kaiman reports.
Ian Sample interviews physicist Fabiola Gianotti on the culmination of decades of work on the elusive Higgs particle.
John Patterson writes on Werner Herzog. From dragging a streamship across a mountain to eating his own shoes, the auteur has always traded in the unexpected. Now he is co-starring in a Tom Cruise film.
In our book review we bring you the debut novel from a writer of comics who converted to Islam with G Willow Wilson's Alif the Unseen. Plus, a globetrotting journey in Benjamin Gilmour's Paramédico.
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- Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, Edward Helmore, Jonathan Kaiman, John Patterson, Ian Sample
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