Weekend Edition 9 June 2012
Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around the world. Presented by Pascale Harter. In today's programme:
As Pakistan's next monsoon season draws near, Aleem Maqbool finds farmers in Sindh still suffering from last year's flooding;
Gabriel Gatehouse reflects on how man and nature seem to conspire to make life ever more dangerous in eastern DR Congo;
Fergal Keane listens to the poetry of Syrian exiles in Istanbul;
Bethany Bell explains why it's almost rude NOT to grumble in the Vienna;
Vincent Dowd hunts for the traces of Shakespeare's era still to be seen on the streets of London;
and Dany Mitzman samples the famed wild mussels of Portonovo in Italy - but can't taste a thing.