In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
BBC Radio 4
Labour in turmoil over Syria, and to shop or not to shop? Plus the Pope arrives in Africa.
Is Labour divided on Syria? Plus reaction from Damascus.
A look at the chancellor's statement, and the US are blaming Kunduz on 'human error'.
NATO calls for calm after Turkey shoots down a Russian fighter jet.
David Cameron announces new spending in the defence review.
A special programme about immigration and cohesion with a panel and audience.
Featuring the latest on the Paris terrorist attacks, and will junior doctors go on strike?
Mastermind still missing, plus has Paris changed everything? Ken Livingstone apology.
Wembley football fans sing French national anthem.
Islamic State targets Hezbollah. Plus the philosophy of immigration and tasting olive oil.
European and African leaders meet to discuss migrant crisis, what can be done?
David Cameron sets out his EU reform goals.
A report says London 2012 was 'sabotaged'. A warning of drought in Ethiopia.
Will President Putin change his foreign policy as a result of the suspected terror attack?
The latest on the Egyptian plane crash.
Bomb fears halt UK to Sharm el-Sheikh flights.
Including a special report on the death of Ahmed Chalabi.
Erdogan wins the Turkish election, and Dame Edna on Australia ending dames and knights.