Widows and War Criminals
Kenyan widows fighting sexual cleansing, and talking to war criminals in the Balkans. Kate Adie introduces correspondents' stories from around the world.
Kenyan widows fighting sexual cleansing and talking to war criminals in the Balkans. Kate Adie introduces correspondents' stories from around the world.
For some among the Luo tribe in Western Kenya, tradition dictates that widows must have repeated, unprotected sex with a stranger to rid themselves of evil spirits. Theopi Skarlatos meets the women fighting back.
Mark Urban talks to convicted war criminals from the former Yugoslavia - some accept their sentences and have moved on, others claim they are the victims.
Mark Stratton visits the Buddhist temple that has been at the heart of a long-running (and sometimes bloody) battle between Thailand and Cambodia.
Sophie Ribstein embarks on a journey of musical discovery that provides an unexpected insight into the complex rhythms of Apartheid South Africa.
And Lucy Williamson flies from Paris to the Gulf to spend seven minutes with the supposedly charming Emanuel Macron. He is a President that likes to talk, but what is he like to talk to?
Producer: Joe Kent.