In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
Where do the roots of the crisis in Iraq lie and what should the US and the West do?
What is the ANC doing to ensure xenophobic violence does not flare up again?
Can a deal be made between the Colombian government and Farc?
What are the prospects of the UK's renegotiation on European Union membership?
What is the secret to his special sound?
Can Portugal's finance minister revive her own country's economy?
Are we living in a new 'era of disorder' and what can be done about it?
Why is his imagination still heavily stirred by Scotland and his working-class roots?
Should anyone over 50 be able to plan an end to their own life?
Does President Muhammadu Buhari have what it takes to lead Nigeria?
Could artificial intelligence pose an existential threat to humans?
The Israeli election was a major disappointment - what next for him and the Israeli left?
Was Leslee Udwin's documentary about the Delhi gang rape sensationalist?
Brandon Bryant's time as a drone operator has left him feeling angry - we find out why.
Is Greece about to plunge the eurozone into a new crisis?
Is it time to offer humanitarian assistance in a different, better way?
How close is chaos in Venezuela?
Is Syria part of a wider story of international humanitarian failure?
After five decades making movies, is Werner Herzog's love of film as intense as ever?
Is the notion of 'giving back' a choice or a moral obligation for the world's richest?
Nile Rodgers, co-founder of the band Chic, explains why his beat is still going on
Where does Hong Kongs umbrella revolution's campaign for political reform go next?
What can the life of Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people, tell us about Norwary today?
Is American capitalism in danger of collapse?
Why hasn’t freedom reduced inequality in South Africa?