The Sierra Leonean children expressing their views via an Ebola lifeline radio project
Shakespeare's plays appeal to Brazilians for their mix of sex, politics and intrigue
Aviator and aspiring astronaut Wally Funk meets the pioneering women of space travel
Is modern Yoga a product of Scandinavian gymnastics as much as ancient Indian philosophy?
Who was the man who died from a rare kind of poisoning in a remote area of the UK?
Ghana's boycott of 1966 was a protest at the number of places given by FIFA to Africa
As Barack Obama prepares to leave office, Nahal Toosi examines his foreign policy
The tale of gay black diva Sylvester James, famed for his disco hit Mighty Real
A fierce drought in Oklahoma’s ‘No Man’s Land’ stirs up dust storms, memories and myths
The Battle of the Somme and a wartime tragedy that struck Northern England 100 years ago