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  1. United States and Switzerland

    In the US Hell has frozen over, and coming up with a new national anthem for Switzerland.

    First broadcast: 10 Jan 2014

  2. India and UK

    Brickmakers' rights abused in Indian kilns, and Britain's battle with coastal erosion

    First broadcast: 09 Jan 2014

  3. Sweden and Lebanon

    Ice-skating Somalis playing bandy in Sweden, and the politics of Lebanese basketball

    First broadcast: 08 Jan 2014

  4. South Sudan and the Dolomites in Northern Italy

    Why there's conflict in South Sudan, and the bloody history of an Italian mountain path.

    First broadcast: 07 Jan 2014

  5. Ukraine and Belize

    Worries over safety plans for the Chernobyl site; tracking jaguars through Mayan jungles

    First broadcast: 06 Jan 2014

  6. Weekend Edition: Looking Ahead

    Correspondents consider the stories which might evolve - or play out again - during 2014

    First broadcast: 04 Jan 2014

  7. Sweden and Myanmar

    Hunting for wolves in the Scandinavian forest and taxis on the empty streets of Naypyidaw

    First broadcast: 03 Jan 2014

  8. Sinai's Strategic Stresses

    A special essay: Yolande Knell weighs up the prospects for the Sinai peninsula in 2014

    First broadcast: 02 Jan 2014

  9. Africa's Flourishing Farms

    Susie Emmett finds a bumper crop of ingenuity and innovation on the slopes of Mount Kenya

    First broadcast: 01 Jan 2014

  10. Latin America: Leaders and legitimacy

    Will Grant considers the political challenges ahead for leaders across the continent

    First broadcast: 31 Dec 2013

  11. Europe's Roma Migrations

    Nick Thorpe meets Roma families on the margins of Spanish society after leaving Romania

    First broadcast: 30 Dec 2013

  12. Weekend Edition: Best of 2013

    A special edition of some of FOOC's most memorable impressions, anecdotes and arguments

    First broadcast: 28 Dec 2013

  13. India's Hunger

    Why does malnutrition persist in India when there's no lack of food?

    First broadcast: 27 Dec 2013

  14. Reporting Africa

    Gabriel Gatehouse considers who should be telling the continent's stories - and how

    First broadcast: 26 Dec 2013

  15. Christmas in Paris

    The sights, smells, tastes - and joys - of the French capital at Christmas

    First broadcast: 25 Dec 2013

  16. Germany and Greenland

    New tunnels add to the Christmas cheer in Leipzig; and being stuck for days in Greenland

    First broadcast: 24 Dec 2013

  17. Somalia and Greece

    The lost spectacles that made it back from a Somalian battlefield, and hope for Greece

    First broadcast: 23 Dec 2013

  18. Weekend Edition: Life on the Land

    Stories of farmers and herders from Peru, the USA, Moldova, India, Mauritania and Austria

    First broadcast: 21 Dec 2013

  19. Syria and Brazil

    A Syrian man whose life illustrates the conflict; and slavery-type labour in Brazil.

    First broadcast: 20 Dec 2013

  20. North America

    Coping with doormen in New York and the Canadian policeman who smokes medical marijuana.

    First broadcast: 19 Dec 2013

  21. United States and France

    Nipple tattoos for cancer patients in the US, and the real reason French women stay slim

    First broadcast: 18 Dec 2013

  22. Thailand and India

    The real reasons behind Thailand's protests, and breaking the sex abuse silence in India

    First broadcast: 17 Dec 2013

  23. China, North Korea, Burma

    Life in the border city of Dandong on the China-North Korea border

    First broadcast: 16 Dec 2013

  24. Heroes from all walks of life

    In tribute to Nelson Mandela, we hear about all kinds of heroes from around the world.

    First broadcast: 14 Dec 2013

  25. Tanzania and Ecuador

    A poacher turned gamekeeper in the Serengeti, a former prison-radio DJ in Quito

    First broadcast: 13 Dec 2013

  26. Syria and Burma

    The real beliefs of the foreigners fighting Assad; Burmese daze on a train to Mandalay

    First broadcast: 12 Dec 2013

  27. Syria, Jordan and Brazil

    The gallows humour of wounded Syrians in Amman; trouble over dams and mines in the Amazon

    First broadcast: 11 Dec 2013

  28. In Holy Footsteps

    Sacred places and how to reach them, from Jerusalem to eastern Turkey

    First broadcast: 10 Dec 2013

  29. China

    Using South China Sea islands for peace, not war, and young Westerners working in China.

    First broadcast: 09 Dec 2013

  30. Memories of Mandela

    Hear from the BBC correspondents who witnessed how Nelson Mandela changed South Africa

    First broadcast: 08 Dec 2013

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