African Bishop Wins Prize For Peace
Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban tells Jo Fidgen about his vision of peace after more than three decades of war which led him to create the Holy Trinity Peace Village in Kuron, South Sudan.
Also, American film maker Kate Schmermerhorn, who set out to explore what makes a happy marriage, but finished off chronicling her own divorce.
And we speak to Iraqi student Mohammed al Zakaria, who launched a campaign to make his home city, Mosul, clean and beautiful again.
Picture: South Sudanese bishop Paride Taban (3rd from left) after receiving a peace award from UN head Ban Ki-moon