Weekend Edition: Looking Ahead
Correspondents' thoughts on the stories which might evolve into new forms, or play out in the same way yet again, during 2014. Pascale Harter introduces reflections, analysis and wit from our contributors around the world. Gabriel Gatehouse explains why telling Africa's stories is an ever more contested and complex business; Will Grant weighs up what leaders in Latin America can do to keep their electorates happy; Yolande Knell takes in the lie of the land in the tense territory of the Sinai peninsula; Mark Tully explores why hunger persists in India, despite no lack of food; and Nick Thorpe meets some of the Roma migrants making new lives for themselves in Europe - in this case, around the city of Cordoba in Spain.
Producer: Polly Hope. Photo: Adam Berry/Getty Images