16/06/2012: Weekend edition
Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around the world, introduced by Pascale Harter. In this edition:
CHRIS MORRIS considers how much of a kicking voters in Greece are planning to give their political parties in this weekend's vote;
PAUL MASON joins the innovative - and often noisy - protests across the roads, farmland and apartment buildings of Spain;
RANA JAWAD points out that while Libyan life might seem like 'civilised anarchy' these days, it's also a time for new freedoms;
LUCY HOOKER declines to join in the new Burmese gold rush at the gem markets of Rangoon;
and TARA NEILL wonders why nearly 20 years after the death of apartheid, her mixed-race daughter can still confound and confuse some South Africans.