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How can we meet the energy needs of a growing population without creating CO2 emissions?
Peru's drug 'mules' - youngsters hiking cocaine from the jungle to the highlands
A look at the science behind climate change ahead of this year's summit in Paris
Tue 17 Nov 2015
Catholic bishops gather in Rome to debate their Church’s teachings on sex and family
Sun 15 Nov 2015
Three women from the Bangladeshi community speak candidly about the Bangladeshi diaspora
Three Bangladeshi women in east London talk about the changes in their community
Thu 12 Nov 2015
The sacking of a newspaper editor strains an old friendship between Norway and Russia
Wed 11 Nov 2015
Why are children hooked on Minecraft? Does it stimulate creativity or disengage them?
Tue 10 Nov 2015
How do Catholics in Kenya view the Church's controversial rules on sex and the family?
Is Aung San Suu Kyi on the brink of power in Myanmar?
Fri 6 Nov 2015
Lyse Doucet speaks to Egyptian President al-Sisi ahead of his visit to London this week
Thu 5 Nov 2015
Why locals are leaving, and super-rich Americans are coming in the opposite direction
Wed 4 Nov 2015
Musician Philip Glass revisits his life '70s New York as a taxi driver and as a composer
Tue 3 Nov 2015
Austria – on the frontline of the battle over Catholic doctrine on sex and the family
Sun 1 Nov 2015
Stories of the pioneers who came to post war Britain from the Indian subcontinent.
Thu 29 Oct 2015
Tim Franks asks why the world's youngest nation is falling apart
Wed 28 Oct 2015
The emotions and humanity of the Syrian people as seen through the eyes of its poets
Tue 27 Oct 2015
How youth radio is helping to shape Myanmar's shift from military rule
Sat 24 Oct 2015
Exploring stereotypes of Japan from workaholics to submissive women and bizarre crazes
Thu 22 Oct 2015
Lucy Ash reports from the French city of Beziers which has become a Far-right fortress
Wed 21 Oct 2015
Virtuoso percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie explores the story of the Hang
Tue 20 Oct 2015
Homosexuality in Namibia and the LGBT community's struggle for social acceptance
Thu 15 Oct 2015
Does harsh interrogation yield reliable intelligence in the fight against terror?
Wed 14 Oct 2015
How Macau overtook Las Vegas to become the world's most lucrative gambling centre
Tue 13 Oct 2015
Was Jacques Attali right when he predicted the value of recorded music would plummet?
Mon 12 Oct 2015
Did the 'Decade of the Roma Inclusion' succeed in helping Europe’s poorest minority?
Why Edward Snowden exposed the mass surveillance by American and British intelligence
Fri 9 Oct 2015
The rewards and Challenges of AI and how it is changing our world
Thu 8 Oct 2015
Why has Germany become the choice destination for thousands of refugees across Europe
Wed 7 Oct 2015
Should a city owing $18 billion sell its prestigious art collection?
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