The BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2015.
A Syrian football team torn apart by civil war. Tim Whewell is on a quest to find them.
The Dhnie family find themselves sleeping rough and getting caught up in riots
Tracing the history of the sari and how it can symbolise loss, love and nostalgia
Twenty three of Libya's finest technology graduates plan to rebuild their country
Meet the Dhnie family in Turkey as they prepare to make the journey to Greece from Syria.
Marc Almond goes in search of a Russian superstar who vanished in Siberia
The key moments that shaped the migrant numbers reaching Europe at unprecedented levels
Five school children starve to death in the Malaysian jungle. Why weren't they protected?
The children's home in Kampala where every child is given a musical chance for a future
How consumers in India are embracing the online shopping revolution
An original drama retelling the story Greece, its creditors and its bailout
Why war in space is not just Hollywood fantasy but a fast-approaching threat
The risks people take in rural Cambodia to get basic healthcare
How dance during the Cold War was designed to challenge America's military image.
Can Uganda’s burgeoning tech scene help fast-track the country’s development?
European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti on the International Space Station
How fictional universes, from Star Wars to Harry Potter took over global culture
How did Robert Jones spend 23 years in jail for crimes another man had been convicted of?
Does in-game betting pose a threat to the integrity of some our most popular sports?
Meet the people making sure Ghana’s girls are plugged in to the tech revolution
Maria Margaronis explores the debris of Albania's painful past
Meet the black women challenging the tech industry’s lack of diversity
The emotions and humanity of the Syrian people as seen through the eyes of its poets
What chance is there for a deal on climate change in Paris?