On this week's programme we take a look at two reports both connected, in their different ways, with the provision of foreign news.
A world view
Peter Horrocks, Director of the World Service, discusses the BBC's Annual Report with Rajan, who asks him how he accounts for the decline in listener numbers, particularly in certain parts of the world, and how he plans to respond if, as seems to be widely expected, the World Service is asked to make savings through cuts or efficiencies.
He also gives Rajan his view on another study, carried out by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, whose Director David Levy, is also interviewed on this week's programme.
The Reuters Institute study was carried out in eight countries - Cameroon, Senegal, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, Algeria, India and Pakistan - and compares what the local broadcasters provide in these countries with what's on offer from international networks like the BBC, Al-Jazeera, France 24 and others.
And on a musical note, Rajan's been finding out what's in store at the Proms this year.
He talks to Louise Fryer, one of the presenters of the weekly concerts that will be broadcast on the World Service, starting next weekend and continuing until the middle of September. It certainly sounds as if there's plenty of variety - from Mahler to Stephen Sondheim to an Iraqi guitarist and composer Ilham Al Madfai. If you manage to catch any of the concerts, do let us know what you think!
Cathy Packe is the Producer, Over To You
Over To You is your chance to have your say about the BBC World Service and its programmes. It airs at 00:40, 03:40 and 12:40 every Sunday (GMT).