The Aftermath of War
Tales of the chaos and instability of war - not just during the fighting, but in its wake. Tim Whewell meets members - and victims - of the militias still plaguing Libya, and asks how they're affecting the country's post-Gaddafi prospects.
In Berlin, Steve Evans ponders what makes a war memorial truly affecting - and concludes that the key is what it's really commemmorating: an ideology, a nation, a leader, or the war dead themselves.
Presenter: Pascale Harter
Producer: Polly Hope
Photo credit: Patrick Baz