Pascale Harter presents reports from across the world, from Nigeria to Chile.
BBC World Service
Personal insights from Gabriel Gatehouse in Calabar and Georgia Paterson Dargham in Beirut
Justin Rowlatt sees Vegas and Macau bet on success; Gideon Long's on Robinson Crusoe isle.
Paul Mason on regions' cash woe in Valencia; Tom Burridge on a political funeral in Madrid
Damian Grammaticas: can China's One Child policy last? Martin Buckley sees Belgrade remade
With dispatches from Gabriel Gatehouse in Kenya's Tana Delta and Steve Rosenberg in Grozny
Pascale Harter with insight and wit from Syria, Spain, Japan, Mexico, the USA and Hungary.
Andrew Harding is near the Marikana mine; Judith Kampfner's at a New York polling station
Personal stories from the BBC's Jennifer Pak in Kuala Lumpur and Will Grant in Mexico City
Mariko Oi on why adult adoption is big in Japan; Nick Thorpe on Hungarian healthcare.
Kevin Connolly on history lessons for meddlers in Syria; Kieran Cooke on summer festivals.
Pascale Harter with recent stories and insights from correspondents around the world.
Mark Lowen on Greek blessings (and despair); Christine Finn on a Welsh Buddhist birthday.
Pascale Harter with the pick of recent stories and insight from writers around the world