Weekend edition 10 Nov 2012
Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around the world, presented by Pascale Harter. In this edition:
ANDREW NORTH gauges Afghans' anxiety and cynicism about 2014;
AFUA HIRSCH is in Mopti hearing Malian fears about fighting back rebels in the north of the country;
ANU ANAND bemoans India's status as an economic powerhouse with dangerously fluctuating electricity;
RANA JAWAD takes us for a wild spin on Libya's rumour mill;
DANIEL SANDFORD uncovers the tragic hidden history of one former resident of his Moscow flat, the statistician who worked for Stalin and fell victim to one of his purges;
and WILL GRANT honours his - and everyone else's - deceased relatives in good company on Mexico's Day of the Dead.