Programmes from around the world
Steve Rosenberg explores how Moscow views the tumultuous events of 1989.
Anna Campbell's father learns about the Syrian Kurds and the cause his daughter died for.
Our World follows eighteen Greek Orthodox Christian monks in northern Lebanon.
A report on issues facing UK agriculture, including Brexit and climate change.
Two years ago, Julia received an email out of the blue that changed her life forever.
The specialists at Great Ormond Street attempt to separate conjoined twins Safa and Marwa.
Inside China's camps where it is holding, and re-educating, more than a million Muslims.
How Algerians are trying to rewrite the history of revolutions in the Arab world.
Mike Wendling meets far-right and far-left activists in Portland, Oregon.
How persecution is impacting upon the long-established Sikh community in Afghanistan.
Temperatures are rising faster in Lapland than anywhere else in the world.
A South African journalist's attempts to save a family friend from drug addiction.
Namak Khoshnaw meets a young doctor who took part in the protests against Omar al-Bashir.
Profile of Katherine Legge's all-female team, the first-ever in the world of motorsport.
Denmark's controversial attempts to better integrate its migrant population.
What do you do in your old age if your family, despite tradition, will not look after you.
Bettany Hughes visits a music project in Lebanon that is 'teaching souls to sing again'.
A new wave of far-right politics is sweeping across Europe.
Exploring what happened to Father Francis Joseph, a Catholic priest.
A look at the elusive figures who sneak around in villages across Kenya at night.
Examining the circumstances of the plane crash that caused the death of Emiliano Sala.
Bettany Hughes travels to Jordan to visit a groundbreaking project.
Nafiseh Kohnavard meets the Yazidi women who had women with their IS captors.
What has become of the landscape abandoned after the world’s worst nuclear disaster?