World Have Your Say: Upload Your Videos

Ros Atkins explains how you can send your video to World Have Your Say

Upload your video here on the topics you want to discuss on World Have Your Say.

You can use the video uploader below to record a video direct from your webcam or smartphone.

You can also email your video to whysvideo@bbc.co.uk or send us video using WhatsApp: +447730751925.

Don't forget to say your name and where you are in the world. Please keep your video concise. Videos less than a minute long are easier to include in our programmes.

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World Have Your Say is the BBC's global discussion show. The programme is on BBC World Service radio at 1100GMT & 1700/1800GMT on weekdays and on BBC World News TV at 1500GMT on Fridays.

You can listen to our radio programmes here and watch our TV editions on YouTube.

Get in touch with World Have Your Say via email at worldhaveyoursay@bbc.com, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or text us on +44 77 86 20 60 80.

Our Skype name is BBC_WHYS (click here to call us)

While we're on air, you can phone us too on +44 20 31 62 42 42.

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