Why NYC traders are seeking treatment for depression amidst the financial uncertainty
Michael Portillo discusses his research into different types of execution method
The President of the Maldives talks about surviving a recent assassination attempt
A look at the woman on whom Patricia Cornwell based the character of Dr Kay Scarpetta
A Barnados report claims that children of asylum seekers are living in poverty in Britain
The show hears an eyewitness account of violence in a Nairobi township
A look at how the unrest in Kenya is affecting the sick, the poor and the young?
The parents of Mary Karen Read talk to the show about the day she was killed by a gunman
Is the British government's plan to offer English lessons to immigrants a good one?
Looking back at 2007, a catch-up with former gang member Elijah Kerr
BBC journalists who were in Bangladesh when Cyclone Sidr hit discuss its impact
Outlook revisits interviews with delegates from last year's party congress in Bejing
Looking at the relationship between the ruling Communist Party and its professionals
Iraqi civilians caught up in the conflict tell of their fears and hopes for the future
Why one British Muslim was seduced by Islamist groups before abandoning them altogether
'John' fled Zimbabwe when he was ordered by intelligence services to assault a young woman
What does it feel like to be black but descended from slave traders?
A listener records an interview with a former Miss Kenya who works to eradicate sand fleas
Why this volunteer organisation has been accused of corruption by human rights groups
Will the Thai elections make a difference to the safety of people in the South?
To mark the 75th anniversary of the BBC World Service, the show looks at programme-making
How do Orthodox Christian Serbs feel about an independent Kosovo?
An Iraqi broadcaster discusses the assassination attempt she narrowly survived
An interview with the Muslim woman who converted to Christianity to her family's wrath
Why it's taken 45 years for Algerian soldiers to receive reparations from the French
How a former prostitute believes she had a lucky escape from the Canadian serial killer
Immigrant Congolese women claim they were raped by Angolan soldiers before expulsion
Outlook talks to a woman who believes her brother was killed by a death squad in Peru
Kidney transplant tourism; Norwegian town in debt
Outlook talks to the brother of an Iranian doctor who supposedly killed herself in prison