The Iranian woman blinded by acid who sought "eye for an eye" justice.
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More of Matthew Bannister's favourite Outlook interviews from 2011.
Matthew Bannister's favourite Outlook interviews from 2011.
An edition of Outlook devoted to the moon and its effect on all our lives.
British singer songwriter Boy George on music, fashion, jail and turning 50.
The outspoken actress forced into hiding for supporting the Syrian uprising.
Britain's Dame Stephanie Shirley describes bringing up her severely autistic son Giles.
The exiled Iranian doctor who tried to save the life of a girl shot dead during protests
Outlook in Delhi; forbidden love, city voices, and the heiress who helps the disabled.
Matthew Bannister is joined by special guests at the Café Coffee Day in Delhi.
The young woman rescued from domestic slavery who is a now a teacher.
The 101-year-old Indian man marking Delhi's century as a capital city.
The Chicago mobster who turned informant and recorded his father confessing to 13 murders.
All at sea - the man who faked his own death and is still paying the price.
The British teenager who has the body of a 105 year old woman.
The astronaut who's just spent 18 months in a capsule on a simulated mission to Mars.
Two lives forever changed by the massacre that took place 20 years ago in East Timor.
The British kidnap victim who returned to Cambodia to meet his Khmer Rouge captor.