A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
BBC World News
1/3 Professor Marcus du Sautoy explores measurement by looking at the metre and the second. (R)
1/3 Stacey Dooley investigates why Peru has become the world's cocaine capital. (R)
Zuheir Latif discovers there is another battle underway in Tunisia.
The BBC's Komla Dumor travels to East Africa with the former US president Bill Clinton. (R)
BBC News Channel
2/3 Actress Pam Grier continues the story of funk music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Can Obama's international aid reforms of sending money rather than grain be implemented?
BBC World Service Online
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
1/3 Indian Historian Romila Thapar on the changing role of women in the last 80 years
Shona Nic a' Phiocair aig dachaigh-chloinne do fheadhainn a thàinig bho sràidean Kampala. (R)
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
A midwife abandons a maternity unit in Sutton Coldfield to work in Monrovia.
John Simpson reports from China, five years after the Beijing Olympics. (R)
BBC Radio 5 live
As part of 2013: The Big Stories, the story of a girl who was shot for going to school.
Kim Normanton presents a moving, personal programme about memory and dementia. (R)
BBC Radio 4
Coast journeys around the stunning Western Isles and to the northern outpost of Shetland. (R)
Kevin Fong continues to explore the personal and medical impact of SARS ten years on.
Panorama explores how the two suspected Boston Marathon bombers became radicalised.
Bill Turnbull meets the scientists trying to solve the mystery of what is killing bees. (R)
1/2 Writer Kim Shuck takes us on a poetic tour of San Francisco.
Wonga, money and morality - how will Newcastle United fans wear an online lender? (R)
7/13 Jade and Rihanna's friendship is tested, and it is an emotional last day for one pupil. (R)
1/6 Ellie Harrison and her team of wildlife experts explore our precious woodlands.
The BBC's Komla Dumor travels to East Africa with the former US President Bill Clinton.
4/6 Owen Sheers visits Oxford to explore Matthew Arnold's bleak poem Dover Beach. (R)
6/8 The bits Hollywood hoped viewers wouldn't spot, in another great compilation of foul-ups. (R)
Sir Alex Ferguson recounts the season he led Aberdeen FC to European glory in Gothenburg. (R)
Examining the extravagant castles and palaces created by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. (R)
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Alan tracks down a Hollywood plastic surgeon and his favourite patient - his wife. (R)
The story of the remarkable family who tamed the wild Scottish coastline. (R)
1/3 How London's early 1970s pub rock scene paved the way for the emergence of punk. (R)
2/3 How the Sex Pistols swearing on TV brought punk into the national consciousness. (R)
3/3 Punk had shown what it was against - now what was it for? (R)
3/3 Pam Grier concludes with a look at how the scene began its inevitable decline.
Monday 19 August 2013