Weekend Edition 26/05/2012
Pascale Harter introduces insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around the world. In this edition:
Laura Trevelyan takes a nervous drive through a Mexican town that's a hub of international sex trafficking;
Jonathan Head explains why Turkey's now asking: do we need the EU, or does it need us more?
Ray Kershaw finds Argentines are beginning to see their weekly grocery shop as 'a lottery you can't win';
Mary Harper takes a spin in a Somali businessman's blingy Bentley through the glittering streets of Dubai;
David Belton meets the Amish communities refusing to abide by the New York state construction code - no 'devils on the wall' for them;
and Fuchsia Dunlop gets an unexpected lesson in China's Yunnan province - on how to make cheese, or 'milk cake' as it's known locally.