Weekend Edition 9 Sept 2012
The pick of recent dispatches from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around the world, presented by Pascale Harter. In this edition:
TOM ESSLEMONT meets the Russian skinheads so nationalist they despise Putin - for being "soft on multiculturalism"
RAHUL TANDON hears why people from the "Seven Sisters" states in the Northeast feel they suffer racism from other Indians;
CINDY SUI reflects on the differing family fortunes of relatives who emigrated to the US and those who stayed on in China;
RAJINI VAIDYANATHAN explores the sometimes fraught relationship between India's domestic workers and their employers;
MATTIA CABITZA learns how to spot a fake banknote in Peru;
NICK DAVIS jumps on the last Jamaican passenger train ever to ply between Spanish Town and Kingston;
and STEVE EVANS muses on a very special German invention: the strandkorb, the ultimate accessory for a day at the beach.