Hosni Mubarak is on trial, but has anything in Egypt really changed?
Your reaction to the appearance in court of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak
US lawmakers pass a bill to increase the debt ceiling. Is this the humbling of America ?
WHYS 30: Are the rules of intervention in Syria different to Libya?
The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
A week after the attacks Norway remembers its dead, but what questions remain unanswered?
Live in Boston with a group of teenage girls talking about airbrushing models in adverts
It's a year until the Olympics in London, we broadcast from Trafalgar Square and Hackney.
We broadcast from the Aquatics Centre in Hackney, London - are the Games worth it?
WHYS continues to global reaction to Norway's attacks
The global response to the Norway attacks with your comments from around the world.
We hear from Norwegians and get their reaction as the country reflects on the massacre
We hear from people in Malawi where 18 people have died during two days of protests.
BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse talks to Libyans in rebel-held Misrata. We pose your questions.
An expert in Nairobi takes your questions on the drought in Somalia
We hear your thoughts on the famine in Somalia.
Your reactions to the British Prime Minister's statement on the phone hacking scandal.
Ros is live at the UK Parliament after Rupert and James Murdoch are questioned by MPs
There's still a lot going on in the Middle East; we hear from Yemen, Syria, Egypt & Libya.
As the phone hacking scandal rolls on, what have we learned about Britain?
Is the frenzy around the phone hacking scandal helping or damaging journalism?
WHYS 60: How has hackgate changed the relationship between politicians and journalists?