Personal stories behind the news from all over the world with Roger Hearing, including:
Jean-Paul Coffy flew thousands of miles from his home in Chicago's south side, in a desperate mission to rescue his parents from the rubble of their home in Haiti. He tells Outlook about his extraordinary journey and his tireless efforts to get the best medical treatment for them.
We meet the New York teachers who are earning as much as some of the city's bankers, teaching in publicly funded schools. Are they worth it? Our reporter Matt Wells finds out.
British mother Mary Foley describes the moment she found out that her daughter Charlotte had been stabbed to death at a party and her remarkable decision to forgive the young woman who took her child's life.