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Secrets in the News: October 4 – 10, 2014

Archaeologists from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona discovered a palatial construction with an audience hall at La Almoloya in Pliego, Murcia, Spain. A prince’s tomb in the subsoil contains the largest amount of grave goods from the Bronze Age — including outstanding items like a silver diadem, and four golden and silver ear dilators — unusual objects for that era.

Doping for Gold

Full Episode

Doping for Gold reveals the truth behind the biggest state-sponsored doping program the world has ever known, creating a timely perspective on today’s many sports drug scandals.

Doping for Gold

The Dangers of Doping

Take a look at performance enhancing drugs, testing practices, and the possible side effects and consequences of what has come to be known as “doping” within the international sporting community.

Doping for Gold

The Cold War Sporting Front

Glimpses behind the Communists’ Iron Wall suggested a sporting revolution. This timeline traces Soviet influence in the international sporting arena.