Main content

Chechnya's bucolic beauty, touching hospitality and jihadi brides now lost in Iraq. Caroline Wyatt introduces correspondents' tales from around the world.

Chechnya's bucolic beauty, touching hospitality and jihadi brides now lost in Iraq. Caroline Wyatt introduces correspondents' tales from around the world:

Chechnya's bucolic beauty, touching hospitality and jihadi brides now lost in Iraq. Caroline Wyatt introduces correspondents' tales from around the world.
In the foothills of the Caucasus mountains, Tim Whewell meets a woman whose life has been on agonising, soul-destroying hold ever since her daughter left to join Islamic State.
Nick Beake wonders whether freedom of the press is on trial in Myanmar as he crams into a Yangon courtroom where two journalists are in the dock accused of receiving classified documents as part of their investigations into the massacre of Rohingya people.
Nicola Kelly is in Tindouf, in Algeria, with Saharawi families who still dream of returning to their homes in Western Sahara which they were driven from by Moroccan troops in 1975.
Laurence Blair finds that ghosts of its long dictatorship are haunting Paraguay as it prepares to elect a new president this weekend.
And Elizabeth Gowing hears how Serbian vineyards once came to the rescue of thirsty Europeans elsewhere on the continent

Producer: Joe Kent.

Available now

30 minutes

Broadcast

Kate Adie's Memorable Moments from FOOC

Kate Adie's Memorable Moments from FOOC

Kate Adie introduces her personal selection of outstanding correspondents' reports.

How to be a foreign correspondent

How to be a foreign correspondent

Practical tips from our own correspondents… and some dire warnings!

Pick of From Our Own Correspondent

Pick of From Our Own Correspondent

A selection of fascinating and entertaining stories from reporters around the world.

Download this programme

Download this programme

Subscribe to this programme or download individual episodes.