The BBC Burmese Service's return to Burma for the first time in 20 years.
Exploring the way the BBC's Afghan Service covers the situation in that country.
What does the future hold for the World Service?
Rajan Datar discusses how the BBC engages with its listeners through Facebook
How BBC World Service is covering the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
We get answers to listeners' questions about why the BBC refers to 'rebels' in Libya
Rajan Datar marks the 10th anniversary of Click with its presenter Gareth Mitchell.
Rajan Datar discusses the issue of representation of women in the media in South Sudan
How do you report financial news without creating panic?
Is it ever acceptable for journalists to break the law?
BBC correspondent Stephen Evans talks about reporting the tragic events in Norway
A discussion on World Service programme changes with two of its commissioning executives
Rajan Datar discusses reporting of the drought in the Horn of Africa
Rajan Datar looks at the reporting of the Dominique Strauss-Kahn court case
A look at the series of programmes on the World Service marking South Sudan's independence
The dangers of being a journalist in Central Asia
Rajan Datar discusses a recent edition of the documentary series, Assignment
The issues facing locally hired correspondents on the English speech network
Rajan Datar discusses the rise of Super-injunctions, and the impact on global media
Is the use of music in World Service programme trails too intrusive?
This week we hear more from listeners concerned about events in Bahrain
This week we hear more from listeners about their views on colloquialisms.
A look at the World Service's coverage of the Royal Wedding and listeners reactions to it
Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.
Rajan Datar finds out more about the way the World Service website has been re-designed
Why business programmes are getting a better deal with more time on-air
The options for listening to the Russian language service online.
How local Japanese stations have responded to the earthquake and tsunami.
Reflecting on language services no longer broadcasting.
Listeners give their ideas for funding the BBC World Service