Sweden and China
Pascale Harter presents stories which give personal insights from around the world.
In Sweden, Jo Fidgen speaks to people on the street that think Julian Assange should be extradited from the UK to face allegations of sexual offences against two women.
Meanwhile, she tracks down Lars Vilks, an artist who created a controversial cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed. He says he wanted to expose his fellow artists for accepting limits to free expression. Now police officers live outside his house to protect him from death threats.
In China, Martin Patience describes the current fascination for ever bigger construction projects- such as the biggest train station and the biggest museum in the world.