Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents around the world, presented by Pascale Harter. In this edition:
Cover it up, please
When in Rome, do as the Romans do - an old adage often proposed to travellers and expatriates. But what if the Romans were outnumbered four to one by foreigners on their own turf? Katy Watson is in Dubai - a world famous magnet for workers from around the world - and has been hearing about a backlash against scantily-clad outsiders scandalising the locals.
You can(not) go your own way
Hugh Schofield has lived in Paris for many years and in that time has often reflected on differences of manners and mores. Sometimes his failure to do things the French way becomes obvious in the unlikeliest situations - from buying a croissant to taking a jog. While slogging round his local park recently, he was moved to wonder why he seemed to be bumping into other runners so often. Is it really a matter of deep social conformity?
(Image: A foreign woman sunbathes near an Emirati couple on a beach in Dubai. Credit: AFP PHOTO/KARIM SAHIBKARIM SAHIB/AFP/GettyImages)