The stories of young children travelling alone from Zimbabwe to South Africa.
Investigating the health impact on New York from the collapse of the World Trade Centre.
Gabriel Gatehouse investigates the mysterious disappearance of Dirar Abu Sisi.
A portrait of the sleepy Ghanaian city of Takoradi at the start of an oil boom.
Linda Pressly joins migrants on their perilous journey north through Guatemala and Mexico.
Tim Judah reports from Senegal on the growing influence of the Mouride Sufi brotherhood.
Reporting the desperate and dangerous efforts of North Koreans to flee to the South.
The mountain Berbers of Libya fighting for their culture and their lives against Gaddafi.
An on-the-road behind-the-scenes profile of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Does the key to curing Alzheimer's lie with a poor extended family in Medellin, Colombia?
Owen Bennett-Jones explores Pakistan's connections to jihadi groups.
Martin Plaut investigates alleged shortcomings at gold mines in South Africa.
Lucy Ash returns to some significant stories Crossing Continents covered in recent years.
David Goldblatt looks at whether Berlin's alternative culture is under threat.
The unfolding Egyptian revolution through the eyes of five extraordinary women.
Ecuador's radical plan to keep oil reserves in the ground, and save the rainforest.
Investigating the human trafficking of Ugandan women to work as virtual slaves in Iraq.
A portrait of life in Iraq through the story of its international gateway.
Cambodia is selling vast swathes of its land to global investors - but at what price?
Linda Pressly travels to Kerala to examine the silent revolution in palliative care.
Lina Sinjab investigates the impact of corruption and bribery in Syria.
David Goldblatt examines Senegalese wrestling; Africa's sporting spectacular.
Bahrain says it's modern and progressive - but political opponents face jail and torture.
A profile of Nichi Vendola, the new hope of the left in Italy.
Angus Crawford travels to Georgia to find poverty at the heart of the Christmas tree trade
Lucy Ash asks why six young men in Russia's Far East waged a guerrilla war on the police.
Sheena McDonald asks why millions of people die on the world's roads each year.
Who are the winners and the losers as Delhi rebuilds itself for the Commonwealth Games?
Christopher Landau explores the explosive growth of Christianity in China.
Basketball superstar Luol Deng returns to the Sudanese town where he was born and raised.