A selection of programmes and clips relating to Brazil
David Goldblatt unravels the story of Brazil through its abiding passion for football.
Misha Glenny presents a history of Brazil from 1500 to the end of the Second World War.
Paul Evans investigates the Amazon, the biggest area of rainforest left on Earth.
Lucy Ash asks if the authorities can end the rule of gangs and guns in Rio de Janeiro.
Rebecca Callard reads an extract from Paloma Vidal's story 'Asi Es La Vida - That's Life'
Justin Rowlatt investigates Brazilian successes in fighting deforestation.
Brazil's Cerrado is one of the world's richest eco-systems. Can it be saved?
Linda Pressly goes on the road with Brazil's anti-slavery hit squads.
The incredible story of one farmer who is trying to change the way we produce our food.
How the dictatorial regime came to rely on football to support its legitimacy.
Presented by Jenni Murray. Could Dilma Rousseff become the new President of Brazil?
How arguments about the protection of the Amazon rainforest are playing out in Brazil.
In the 1950s, Brazilian football came to define the nation at home and abroad.
A profile of Romario - Brazil's footballing bad-boy turned politician.
Can ethanol champions Brazil convince the world that sugar really is good for you?
Misha Glenny on how, in 1808, the entire Portuguese court moved across the Atlantic.
John McCarthy looks at historical Tuscany and buying a farm in Brazil.
Series of profiles of people who are currently making headlines.