Weekend Edition 23/06/2012
Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around the world. Presented by Pascale Harter. In this edition:
JILL McGIVERING on the water-supply crisis leaving farmers and slumdwellers in India going thirsty;
JONNY DYMOND finds King Coal now dethroned in the Appalachian town of Hazard, east Kentucky;
LUKE FREEMAN meets the child masons who chip granite all day, every day, for the mansions of Madagascar's new rich;
JAMES McCONNACHIE takes a stomach-lurching bus ride along one of the new roads being blasted through Nepal's mountainsides;
LUCY WILLIAMSON finds that energy-saving initiatives plus rigid social dress codes can make life very uncomfortable for office workers in South Korea;
and FUCHSIA DUNLOP trips the light fantastic on a nostalgia-fuelled visit to one of Shanghai's most renowned dancehalls.