Kim Jong Un's train rolls into Beijing as the North Korean leader meets President Xi. Kate Adie introduces stories and analysis from correspondents around the world.
Kim Jong Un's train rolls into to Beijing as the North Korean leader meets President Xi. Kate Adie introduces stories, wit, and analysis from correspondents around the world.
China correspondents were once known as tealeaf readers, now they've become motorcade analysts and trainspotters says Stephen McDonell, as he tries to unpick the meaning of Kim Jong Un's surprise visit to Beijing.
Jonah Fisher has the story of Nadiya Savchenko and her journey from prison to national hero and back to prison again.
Bethany Bell explores why Austria won't be implementing a smoking ban any time soon and finds out what the coffee drinkers of Vienna think of that.
Mike Wendling joins the pro-gun control crowds at the 'March For Our Lives' in Washington DC and reflects on how things have changed since he was a teenager in the US when he and his classmates would shoot at paper targets in their school's basement.
And in Morocco, Kieran Cooke learns what impact Chinese tourists are having on Fes and comes face to face with the head of a dead camel.
Producer: Joe Kent.