Dan leaves the World Update studio to explore some of the best stories and most interesting trends from London and beyond.
Dan explores the controversy behind a proposed land-swap between Serbia and Kosovo
Balancing public-interest and personal-privacy when your biometric data is stored online
North Korea will return US servicemen's remains
The England team won Commonwealth Gold Medal
Dan Damon delves into the Polaroid archive of legendary film director Wim Wenders.
The York Realist is a play that shows how much social atittudes have changed in the UK
What will happen to cultural relations between Britain and Ireland post-Brexit?
The Victorian train carried corpses to one of the world's largest cemeteries
How designer Hannah Beachler created the mythical kingdom of Wakanda for the film
How Darko Grncarov captivated the world of tennis until he was revealed to be a fake
What was it like to defend Larry Nassar?
BBC's Vincent Dowd explores the artwork decorating London's new rail project
Nearly half of the island remains without power after Irma and Maria
How Delia Derbyshire changed the face of electronic music and science-fiction
Encounters with Indian art and medicine
BBC's Andrew Hosken visits a teenage boy under threat of death in High Albania
Iris Origo, one of the twentieth century's great diarists, documents Italy before WW2
Musician Dame Evelyn Glennie's new project questions if we are really paying attention
BBC's Andrew Hosken speaks to a man who unearthed a communism era mass grave
Vincent Dowd speaks to choreographer Susan Stroman about her award-winning career
A group of musicians from Southern Albania enter the world music scene
Pandita Lorenz visits Southwark where a massive regeneration project is underway
Vincent Dowd on Toronto International Film Festival's campaign for women in film.
Paul Henley speaks to Dan Wakefield, friend of American novelist Kurt Vonnegut
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