Zeinab Badawi speaks to Indian born British entrepreneur, Karan Bilimoria.
A Finnish nationalist wants to see the Eurozone dismantled.
How did a troubled kid come to be a symbol of sunny optimism?
Can one of Israel's great writers chart a way for Israelis and Palestinians in conflict?
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Father Bernard Lynch, one of a few openly gay Catholic priests.
How much of what Gloria Steinem hoped for and fought for has been achieved?
Stephen Sackur speaks to a Republican politician frequently at odds with his own party.
Stephen Sackur talks to the anti-apartheid activist about her new alternative to the ANC.
Is this Latin America's decade?
Can Dublin convince the world that it has bounced back from the brink of disaster?
Is Guatemala in danger of becoming a narco-state?
As Iran's nuclear programme gets more sophisticated, does diplomacy have a chance?
Reconstructing the faces of women disfigured by acid attacks in Pakistan
"If you make something wrong, it's wrong forever" architect Renzo Piano on building design
Veteran equality campaigner Lord Ouseley on tackling racism in football
What hope is there for national harmony Pakistan?
What if genetically modified food is the solution to world hunger?
Is the Cameron EU gambit in Britain's national interest?
Are central bankers and politicians ready to take bold decisions in the quest for growth?
Doreen Lawrence exposed the extent of racism in Britain. How have things changed?
Has the march toward trade liberalisation ended in failure?
Is India failing to protect women from sexual violence?
Is the worst of the Eurozone crisis really over?
Has the 'wildness' in Rupert Everett been tamed ?
Can Lord Heseltine's growth stratey juice things up for Britain's coalition government?
Is the resilience of fossil fuel supply a cause for celebration, or despair?
Is genuine liberation for women possible in the Arab world?
Olympic gold medal-winning Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe on his crippling depression.
Alan Moore - graphic novelist and insurgent explains why is he now becoming disillusioned.
Philip Glass has been driven by a simple question - what is music?