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As ever, we're deep and dirty in the worlds of science and technology...but we're also on the wild side. We talk vaccines and social media, before dipping into the "clandestine" scene of gay sex work on the Internet.
Spectrum: cameras, street tweets and iPad magic
Meet the scientists working a camera system which they say is the SAFEST way to control crowds, hook up with the social media project that's re-connecting the homeless, and dip into the secret world of the iPad magician.
Spectrum: profit vs. public health
We're still chasing vaccines for TB, HIV, malaria and Ebola, so how do pharmaceutical companies weighing up profit against public health? Also: mandatory email encryption in Germany and the global village: myth or magic?
Raising the alarm: deadly viruses, noise complaints and dodgy drugs
How do you contain an Ebola outbreak? We find out from Médecins Sans Frontières. And what if the emergency antivirals aren’t above board? The US says the growing production of pharmaceuticals in China and India might compromise standards. Berlin gets its own “dot Berlin” and anti-noise campaigners get their way in Denmark.
Spectrum: On the open data bus lane
We investigate Europe's public transport challenge and how to maximize the best in open data. We check out the game-changer bringing stable power supplies to India. And the wiperless windscreen wiper… The what??
Spectrum: privacy and cars without windscreen wipers
We take a look at Britain's little-known IT industry, which is to get exposure at tech expo CeBIT. And we head to Berlin to see why entrepreneurs are developing apps offering more online security and privacy.
Spectrum: Me, you…We are the robots!
Find out how robots will represent you in society, and meet the people in Vienna who are listening in but don't care about your phone calls... we're talking infrasound! Then there's the trick-inspired birthing method.
Sexy, sexy: the road to the Digital Single Market
We're back in Brussels, hob-nobbing with Eurocrats and the telcos, delving into the intrigue, competition and innovation at the heart of the EU's moves towards a Digital Single Market. And we're asking: why do we still pay for roaming?
The beginning is the end is the beginning
We're making the most of technology in African schools, meeting the man behind Audiobus, the app that's changed mobile music making forever, and asking: is the Personal Genome Project the end of personal freedoms.