5th Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq
For the 5th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, Today reporter Sanchia Berg meets the key players in the countdown to the Iraq war. Hear
the extended interviews on our special report page.
Mike Thompson crosses the border into Burma following the crackdown on democratic protests to meet those on the run from the ruling Junta. See pictures
to the report.
Read a blog from inside Zimbabwe in the aftermath of the failed general strike.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Suez crisis the Today team broadcast a special programme from Alexandria.
Inside the UN
Reporter Jon Manel spent a week with the UK's Ambassador to the UN.
The most important international summit on climate change since Kyoto.
War on Terror
France's top anti-terrorism judge says terror threat in Europe remains very high
Listen to American blues musician Michael 'Hawkeye' Herman's "Katrina Blues".
Extended Interview - Mouloud Sihali
We speak to Mouloud Sihali from Algeria, North Africa, one of the suspected terrorists that the Home Secretary wants to deport back to Algeria.
Mike Thomson reports from the source of the source of the Blue Nile, on the problem of Ethiopia's droughts.
60th Anniversary of Auschwitz
Ceremonies have been held at Auschwitz concentration camp to mark the 60th year of the Soviet army liberating the death camp where over a million people died.
Reports from Congo
Mike Thomson has compiled a number of reports from his travels into Eastern Congo.
Mike Thomson reports from inside Burma. See his pictures.
A British man is appealing against a 12 year sentence imposed by a Danish court for killing a paedophile who he says molested his nine-year-old daughter.
Read an uncensored letter written by the British man Moazzam Begg who is being held in Guantanamo Bay.
Uzbek Al-Qaida Commander Returns
Tahir Yuldash, leader of the radical group the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and al-Qaida commander, appears in a film obtained by the BBC.
Ethiopia awaits the Axum Obelisk
Italy promised the return of an ancient obelisk from Axum in Ethiopia almost a year ago. Why then has it been sitting under a tarpaulin outside of Rome ever since.
With only two months to go before the elections - the Republican Party convention opens up with great fanfare and a host of celebrity speakers.
Salem Chalabi fears for his life
"Claims that I'm a murderer are ridiculous," says Salem Chalabi. Also hear Ann Clwyd MP on the re-introduction of the death penalty in Iraq.
Why is Sudan suffering a humanitarian catastrophe with militias attacking the population? Richard Dowden examines the roots of this conflict.
Sixty years on, Ireland remembers its volunteer soldiers who fought with the British Army in the Second World War, despite Ireland's official neutrality.
The UN says food, water and medicines are running out in the refugee camps in Darfur, Sudan. Find out how to give donations....
Mike Thomson reports on the thousands of refugees fleeing to Chad from Sudan to avoid being killed by rebel forces.
The EU Constitution
Tim Franks finds out what a signed EU constitution could mean to people of Britain.
A Look at Tibet
It's now 45 years since the Dalai Lama fled Tibet fearing for his safety after the Chinese occupation. Matthew Grant was given rare access to visit Tibet as a journalist for this programme.
Mike Thomson reports from Athens on security worries and the level of preparation against a terrorist attack in the run up to the Olympic Games.
Ten French veterans from the 'Kieffer Commando' unit revisit the Scottish Highlands where they trained before taking part in the D-Day landings.
Held in Libya.
In 1985 British engineer, James Abra, was arrested and imprisoned for spying in Libya. He has always denied the charge - and is sceptical of the Libyan regime which he says will never change.
With millions yet to be paid, the judge who oversaw the settlement over funds left in Swiss accounts after the Holocaust accuses some banks of hiding behind secrecy laws.
Libyan AIDS trial
fter a five-year trial, seven foreign medics accused of deliberately infecting over 400 children with HIV will have to wait a little longer to discover their fate.
Oxford Outside Broadcast
Listen back to the weighty issues tackled, such as whether there can ever be harmony between the different religions.
It's the 100th anniversary of the agreement being signed between the UK and France. But have relations really improved?
Basra - A Year On
When Saddam Hussein was toppled from power few cheered louder than the people of Basra in Southern Iraq.
The surprise socialist victory brings to an end the rule of the centre-right Popular Party (Pic AP).
The Madrid Bombs
The terrorist attacks in Madrid has killed nearly 200 and left 1500 people injured. Listen to our coverage live from the Spanish capital.
Hear the extended audio from Jenny Tonge's visit to the Middle East, read her diary entry, plus read her answers
to your questions about her visit and the issue of suicide bombings.
As Italy plans the return of Ethiopia's Axum Obelisk, Mike Thomson reports that there are calls for Britain to follow suit.
The Field Narrows
Kerry celebrates, Edwards and Clark holding onto hope, as Joe Lieberman bows out. Gordon Corera assesses the February 3rd results.
Estonia's EU Preparation
Greg Wood travels to Estonia to investigate how the country will change on May 1 when it joins the EU, plus how it will change us.
Push for War
A former military director at the US State Dept. claims President Bush wanted to attack Iraq days after taking office.
Hear a rare phone interview from the convicted paedophile killer, Stephen Hoath, who is now suffering from a terminal lung disease in a Danish prison.
How to get a nation fit? Mike Thomson travels to Finland to see what measures their goverment is taking...
Coffee producershave turned to farming drugs as the price of thecoffee bean continues to fall. Mike Thomson reports from Ethiopia.
Dominic Arkwright on HMS Manchester, a Navy destroyer employed to seize illegal drugs in the continuing war against Caribbean barons.
General Jay Garner
General Garner gives his first international interview following his retirement. He talks candidly about the reasons for the current problems in Iraq.
A London-born factory worker is to appeal against a 14 year jail sentence imposed by a Danish court for killing a paedophile. Mike Thomson went to Copenhagen to investigate.
Mike Thomson returns to Ethiopa one year after his investigation. The food shortage remains and there are continuing tensions with bordering Eritrea.
Trouble in Kashmir
Matthew Grant travels to Kashmir to find out if the region is closer to conflict or reconcilliation. Read his exclusive reports.
'The man I knew wouldn't harm anyone'. Two years on from 9/11, listen to the extended version of Zubeida Malik's interview with Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law.
Sweden's Euro Vote
James Naughtie has been in Stockholm watching the Swedish Euro referendum. Listen to his report and read his dispatch on the vote's broader implications.
Life after Sangatte
Mike Thomson reports from Calais on the impact of closing the Sangatte camp.
WTO in Cancun
Former International Development Secretary Clare Short is at the WTO ministerial conference in Mexico. Listen to and read her analysis.
Extended Interview - Moazzam Begg
The former Guantanamo Bay detainee Mr Begg speaks to our reporter Zubeida Malik about his ordeal and how he continues to campaign for five Britons still there to be freed.
Terror and 9/11
Two years on from the attacks of September 11, cracks begin to appear in America's support for the way the 'war on terror' is being waged.
White House Race
As the Democrats seek a presidential candidate, we investigate how the Iraq war, Homeland Security and the economy will feature in the battle for the White House.
Recovering from Genocide
The former International Development Secretary Clare Short returns to Rwanda nine years after the genocide.
The Baby Trade
Mike Thomson's disturbing report into the buying and selling of babies in Europe for organs and adoption.
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