The extraordinary story of Hugo Chavez's 14-year presidency.
Simon Reeve heads to one of the most spectacular countries in the world - Colombia.
Jane Corbin travels through Israel, tracing what happened after the Balfour Declaration.
What is the best approach for parents to take when their child is facing gender dysphoria?
Katya Adler asks whether the EU can survive the biggest challenge in its history.
The life of a group of American frat boys as they embark on the pledging process.
Robert Peston reveals how the economic slowdown is affecting China and the world.
A look at the conspiracy theories about the death of Osama Bin Laden.
Peter Taylor looks at the wealth of the so-called Islamic State.
Christians are fleeing persecution across the Middle East. Jane Corbin investigates.
A look at how the sophisticated recruiting tactics of IS have shattered so many lives.
Robert Peston examines the rise of Marine Le Pen and the Front National in France.
Ade Adepitan explores the afterlife of some of the clothes we donate to charity shops.
Martin Sixsmith hears the stories of those involved in a transatlantic adoption trade.
Robert Peston investigates how economic giant China could actually be in trouble.
Simon Reeve heads to Vietnam to uncover the stories behind the morning pick-me-up.
In Kenya and Uganda, Simon Reeve meets the people who pick, pack and transport tea.
Anita Rani investigates rapidly growing populations in the developing world.
Anita Rani goes on a journey to discover why the Japanese are not having enough babies.
Revealing how Congo became one of the world's poorest countries despite its many resources
John Marsden investigates how legalisation may change teenage drug use in Colorado.
Anita Rani investigates the obesity epidemic engulfing India's middle class.
As part of 2013: The Big Stories, British survivors of the terrorist attack in Algeria .
Peter Hain MP investigates the killing of 34 protesting miners in Marikana.
Documentary looking at child poverty in America, which has reached record levels.
The father of an RAF reservist killed in Basra in 2007 travels to the Iraqi city.
Dan Snow looks at how Syria's civil war has been shaped by the country's history
Paul Mason travels to Spain to see how it became another casualty of the Eurozone crisis.
Could Cuba's new economic openness lead to political liberalisation?