An archive overview of the MINT countries and economic issues.
John Wilson on the arts in Istanbul, including an interview with the novelist Orhan Pamuk.
Illegal immigration and Averell Harriman.
Tessa McGregor explores the Sea of Cortez, a whale and dolphin hotspot off Mexico.
Can Indonesia successfully introduce the world's largest public health insurance scheme?
How mercury poisoning is threatening the health of Indonesian gold miners.
The story of Nigerian musician and political revolutionary, Fela Kuti.
The Biafran war lasted for almost three years and split Nigeria. Hear one child's story.
In the summer of 1984, a Nigerian exile living in London was kidnapped in a crate.
Edward Stourton explores the life and history of the Bosphorus, Istanbul.
Allan Little analyses Turkey's history in the Balkans and its relationship with the EU.
Sandi Toksvig begins to explore the ancient and modern city of Istanbul.
Yasmeen Khan reports on the Turkish community in the United Kingdom.
Edward Stourton investigates Turkish politics and the nation's place in the world.
Jim O'Neill investigates a radically reforming Mexico.
Jim O'Neill asks if Indonesia can break its old reliance on exporting raw materials.
Jim O'Neill investigates Nigeria's exciting potential and worrying problems.
Jim O'Neill asks if Turkey's future still depends on its advantageous location.
Paul Lewis and guests discuss who is set to benefit from the energy bill price drop.
Indonesia is heading up the world's economic league table. Peter Day reports.
The Bric economies have had ten phenomenal years of growth. Will it continue?
Top emerging economies pledge a new development bank for poor countries. But will it work?
How Brazil has transformed itself from an also-ran, into a dynamic modern economy.
Should Russia be a BRIC?
What are the challenges of bringing together rich India and poor India?