On Air Now Programmes
Ten years on: How sport has helped the city of New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina
Four footballers with duel careers
Footballer by Day... But What About At Night!?
Stories from on and off the track at the 2015 World Athletic Championships in Beijing
Athletics: IAAF Presidency & 2015 World Championships
On Air Now Start Time 10:06 - End Time 11:00
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
On the frontline of Beirut's protests over rubbish.
The Fifth FloorLiving through Beirut's Rubbish Crisis
How will China's economic worries affect its tech giants? Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones.
Tech TentBroken China
Peter Day tries to discover how the material - graphene - can be used in the future.
The search for a group of child holocaust-survivors
The DocumentaryLost Children of the Holocaust
Meet the community struggling to survive on one of the world’s fastest eroding…
Assignment Losing Louisiana
How can Europe solve its migrant crisis? Plus, growing up with same-sex parents.
World Have Your SayMigrant Crisis: What Solutions?
Austria urges action on smugglers; Special refugee reports; N Korea 'crystal meth'
NewshourMore Migrants Die at Sea
BBC News28/08/2015 GMT
Is there a conspiracy of silence when it comes to doping in football?
World FootballFootball's Doping Conspiracy
Obama visits New Orleans / Two Iraqi generals killed / Uranium bank in Kazakhstan
AM: Austrian police find dead migrants
Comedy, arts and drama - headlines from the famous Scottish festival
French acrobatic troupe La Meute (the wolf pack) discuss performing, danger and nakedness
'We are a bunch of wolves'
Guitarist Rise Kagona explains what ignited his interest in music
From Banjo Player to Bhundu Boy
Dragon puppets tell the story of a teenage boy who's lost his way in an Edinburgh show.
How Dragons Come Alive
BBC Trending explores viral comedy pranks at the Edinburgh Festival.
BBC TrendingDon’t Punch Me! It’s A Prank
Artist Ariel Guzik showcases instruments that communicate with whales and dolphins.
One Mexican's Mission to Talk to Dolphins
The Swedish Coast Guard's Mattias Lindholm, on the mission to rescue migrants near Libya
Swedish Coast Guard's migrant rescue mission
Muhammed risked everything to get to Europe. He failed, only to receive a surprise invite
A Syrian refugee's extraordinay tale that criss-crosses the Mediterranean
Journalist Feras Bosalum on how Libya is responding to an influx of migrants & refugees.
Migrant journeys: Libya
South Sudan's long history of violence means it will be hard for peace to take hold.
Why peace is hard in South Sudan
A former top cop on when members of the public should - or shouldn't - take on bad guys.
When it's good to have a go
A place at the 2016 Rio Olympics is the prize of this weekend's AfroBasket Finals.
Olympic dream in touching distance for AfroBasket stars
The economy, history and culture of the country predicted to become the world's fastest growing economy.
News, sport, debate and highlights. Catch up live or after broadcast. Languages include Hausa, Kiswahili, and Somali.
Lose yourself in the music of the world's greatest classical music festival.