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  1. Libya and Qatar

    Tony Grant introduces despatches from Justin Marozzi in Libya and Katy Watson in Qatar.

    First broadcast: 20 Sep 2011

  2. Turkey and Argentina

    Tony Grant presents insights from BBC correspondents Jonathan Head and Daniel Schweimler.

    First broadcast: 19 Sep 2011

  3. From Our Own Correspondent

    Tony Grant introduces insight and wit from BBC correspondents Paul Henley and Jo Fidgen.

    First broadcast: 16 Sep 2011

  4. Sudan and Romania

    Tony Grant introduces insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents around the world.

    First broadcast: 15 Sep 2011

  5. Cairo and Mumbai

    Tony Grant introduces reports from Cairo and on the search for pop stardom in Mumbai.

    First broadcast: 14 Sep 2011

  6. South Africa / Zimbabwe and Libya

    James Reynolds with despatches from BBC correspondents Mukul Devichand and Jeremy Bowen

    First broadcast: 13 Sep 2011

  7. Syria, Lebanon and Ireland

    James Reynolds presents insight from BBC correspondents Mishal Husain and Fergal Keane.

    First broadcast: 12 Sep 2011

  8. US economy and Mexican avocados

    Alan Johnston introduces reports from Lesley Curwen and Julian Miglierini

    First broadcast: 09 Sep 2011

  9. DR Congo and the West Bank

    Alan Johnston presents despatches from correspondents Fiona Lloyd Davies and Gail Simmons

    First broadcast: 08 Sep 2011

  10. Libya and the United States

    Alan Johnston with personal insights from correspondents Andrew Hosken and Christine Finn

    First broadcast: 07 Sep 2011

  11. Libya and the USA

    Alan Johnston introduces wit and insight from correspondents Kevin Connolly and Huw Cordey

    First broadcast: 06 Sep 2011

  12. Iraq and Australia

    Alan Johnston presents insights from foreign correspondents Prashant Rao and Nick Bryant.

    First broadcast: 05 Sep 2011

  13. Libya and Japan

    Alan Johnston introduces despatches from BBC correspondents Andrew Hosken and Roland Buerk

    First broadcast: 02 Sep 2011

  14. The USA and Vietnam

    Alan Johnston with wit and observation from correspondents David Willis and Duncan Forgan.

    First broadcast: 01 Sep 2011

  15. Denmark and China

    Alan Johnston with personal insights from correspondents David Goldblatt and Kieran Cooke.

    First broadcast: 31 Aug 2011

  16. Libya and Estonia

    Alan Johnston with stories from Rana Jawad and Sarah Sheridan, correspondents abroad.

    First broadcast: 30 Aug 2011

  17. Israel and Italy

    Alan Johnston presents personal insights from correspondents Jeremy Bowen and Emma Thomas.

    First broadcast: 29 Aug 2011

  18. Seychelles and Uganda

    Alan Johnston presents despatches from correspondents Rajini Vaidyanathan and Anna Cavell.

    First broadcast: 26 Aug 2011

  19. Israel and Swaziland

    Alan Johnston presents personal stories and insight from Yolande Knell and Louise Redvers.

    First broadcast: 25 Aug 2011

  20. Kenya and India

    Alan Johnston with personal insights and reflection from Anna Ridout and David Hargreaves.

    First broadcast: 24 Aug 2011

  21. Pakistan and Indonesia

    Alan Johnston presents insight from BBC correspondents Aleem Maqbool and Karishma Vaswani.

    First broadcast: 23 Aug 2011

  22. The United States and South Sudan

    Alan Johnston presents insight from BBC correspondents Mark Mardell and Robin Denselow

    First broadcast: 22 Aug 2011

  23. Chile and Portugal

    Dan Damon presents personal stories and analysis from Gideon Long and Jake Wallis Simons

    First broadcast: 19 Aug 2011

  24. Israel and Venezuela

    Dan Damon with wit and analysis from BBC correspondents Wyre Davies and Sarah Grainger

    First broadcast: 18 Aug 2011

  25. The UK and Guatemala

    Dan Damon introduces personal insights from BBC correspondents Paul Moss and Linda Pressly

    First broadcast: 17 Aug 2011

  26. Libya and Sudan

    Dan Damon with dispatches from BBC foreign correspondents Orla Guerin and James Copnall

    First broadcast: 16 Aug 2011

  27. India

    Alan Johnston presents a special essay by Mark Tully about Sonia Gandhi's hold on power

    First broadcast: 15 Aug 2011

  28. Romania and India

    Alan Johnston with personal reflections from correspondents Becky Milligan and Nidhi Dutt

    First broadcast: 12 Aug 2011

  29. Russia - and the old USSR

    Alan Johnston with a special essay by Bridget Kendall on the shaping of Mikhail Gorbachev

    First broadcast: 11 Aug 2011

  30. Colombia and Poland

    Alan Johnston with personal stories from BBC correspondents Imogen Foulkes and Adam Easton

    First broadcast: 10 Aug 2011

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