Our World Namak Khoshnaw follows a young Sudanese doctor, who took part in the protests.
Denmark's immigration policy is among the most controversial in western Europe.
Mobeen Azhar visits Pakistan's first retirement home for transgender people.
Erika Benke hears from Sami women in Arctic Finland, about their fears for the future.
Kawoon Khamoosh meets some of the last Sikhs to call Afghanistan home.
For Our World, Kenyan journalist Tom Odula, tracks down some 'Night Runners'.
Nafiseh Kohnavard hears from Yazidi women forced into sexual slavery.
Could Europe, as we know it, be about to change?
Water has been thrust to the forefront of Australia's political debate.
Mike Wendling vistis Portland, Oregon to meet far-right and far-left activists.
Our World tells the story of a South African journalist's attempts to save a family friend
James Clayton investigates a recent murder linked to Hindu extremism in Rajasthan, India.
Science correspondent Victoria Gill, has been given permission to go inside Chernobyl.
Our World Our World has been in Israel and the occupied West Bank.
Finland has just completed a two year trial of so called 'basic income' for the unemployed
Nada Issa finds out if the time has come for Tunisia's women to get their fair share.
Africa's youngest leader, Abiy Ahmed, is transforming Ethiopia.
In a revealing film, Our World follows eighteen Greek Orthodox Christian monks in Lebanon.
A struggle is underway over the future direction of Poland.
BBC investigation has uncovered evidence of government sponsored torture and killings.
China is accused of locking up as many as a million Muslims in western Xinjiang.
Our World investigates allegations that Israel's Thai workers are being exploited.
Qandeel Baloch was murdered in her bed, the victim of a so-called honour killing.
The Prince has sought to distance himself from the murder of Mr Khashoggi.
Will trauma caused by religious schism further divide Ukraine from Russia?
Our World meets a group of former US soldiers still struggling to adjust to life back home
The special bond between Australia and New Zealand appears to be fracturing.
In the US, suicide rates have increased by nearly a third.
Aleem Maqbool has been investigating some shocking recent incidents.
In Manila, the outlook for democracy looks bleak. Howard Johnson reports from the capital.