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Global Hit

The way we experience the Olympic Games is, in part, determined by the music, in the stadium, on TV, and elsewhere. The World's Alex Gallafent shares a selection of Olympic musical moments with anchor Marco Werman.

Sports

India finally gets Olympic gold

India is celebrating its first Olympic gold medal in 28 years, as Abhinav Bindra won the 10-meter air rifle event in Beijing. The BBC's Tinku Ray tells us more about "India's Goldfinger."

Arts, Culture & Media

Global Hit

Anchor Marco Werman finds that one commercial during the Olympic broadcast on NBC is introducing Americans to a cool chapter in Brazilian musical history.

Conflict & Justice

Crackdowns on Tibetans continue

China is trying to stage a feel-good Olympics, but in Beijing and the Tibetan areas across China, crackdowns on Tibetan protesters continue. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports from an ethnic Tibetan part of Sichuan province.

Sports

Olympics update

Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the latest on the Olympics in Beijing from BBC-online sports correspondent Tom Fordyce.

Conflict & Justice

No protests in China's protest park

China announced a few weeks back that it was designating three official protest zones in public parks, but park officials say no one's come, and some who have applied for permits have been detained. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports from Beijing.

Sports

No Olympic medals yet for Canada

Canada has yet to win ANY medals at the Beijing Olympics, and Canadian reporter Simon Beck has come up with ten reasons why Canadians shouldn't worry about it. He speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins.