Programmes from around the world
BBC World Service global religion reporter Lebo Diseko meets evangelical women of colour.
James Waterhouse reports on how lives across Ukraine have changed irrevocably.
Stephanie Hegarty reports on the QAnon consipracy theory.
How an English language exam ruined thousands of lives.
Would you put your faith in the hands of a robot?
The story of thousands of indigenous children, forced into residential schools in Canada.
The BBC's Sarah Rainsford reflects on being barred from Russia.
As troops depart, the BBC's Yalda Hakim looks at the future of peace in Afghanistan.
Yogita Limaye travelled to India, as the second wave of covid-19 unfolded in the country.
A year on from the death of George Floyd, conversations around race are continuing.
BBC News Arabic investigates corruption in Lebanon's energy sector.
Our World follows a brother and sister fighting for their future in Myanmar.
Hannah Price explores suspected student suicide and mental health at university.
How India’s Zoroastrians are trying to keep their 3000-year-old faith alive.
They've got support from celebrities and activists, but why are India's farmers so angry?
Aleem Maqbool reports on the extraordinary events of the last few days.
Danny Vincent meets newspaper proprietor Jimmy Lai, who faces possible life in prison.
Nesta McGregor looks into racist abuse in football and on social media.
How is TikTok changing US politics, and what influence does it have on the US election?
How a wildfire trapped holidaymakers in California's Sierra National Forest.
Is the surge in cycling the start of a much bigger change in the way we travel?
Lebo Diseko meets Christian voters in the swing state of North Carolina.
Our World reveals what life is really like inside Iran during the pandemic.
Reporter Yemisi Adegoke meets the retired Nigerians struggling to survive.