Russia, Rwanda, Turkey, Ghana and Italy
Pascale Harter presents pieces from around the world in this weekend edition of the programme.
Steve Rosenberg visits a town in Russia which has seen better times. In the past it was famous for making fine glass, but after more than two centuries of production, its factory closed. What does the future hold for its residents?
Theopi Skarlatos talks to the women who have been rebuilding Rwanda, and hears their hopes, concerns and plans for the future.
Turkish soap operas are becoming increasingly popular in the region. Rajan Datar got the chance to be an extra one of the most famous shows.
Ghanaians are turning into tourists and are exploring their own country. Emilie Filou meets some of them.
Plus… How do you make olive oil? Dany Mitzman goes to find out in the olive groves near Verona.