Mike Thomson investigates Britain's secret involvement in the North Yemen Civil War.
Should pragmatism or principle guide policies on the Syrian uprising?
Lyse Doucet talks to those whose lives have been changed by the Syrian conflict.
The heartbreaking stories of Syrians living and dying in besieged cities.
Lina Sinjab presents a personal account of how the Syrian war has changed her home city.
From losing daily bread to an ancient food culture - what conflict has meant for Syrians.
An exiled Syrian radio station in Istanbul provides a lifeline for its listeners in Syria.
The rapid rise, fall and legacy of the self-styled Islamic State.
Josh Walker saw the war in Syria firsthand and is angry it isn’t reported better.
The dramatic account of a kidnap in Syria and the escape, by Jack Hill of the Times.
Edward Stourton and guests consider how the 7-year Syrian conflict has shaped geopolitics.
Jeremy Bowen considers the many complex layers of war in Syria.
Alistair Cooke recalls the Korean War and how vetoes were written into the UN charter.
Edward Stourton and guests discuss the consequences of Syria's refugee crisis.
How the conflict exposed deep sectarian loyalties that run through the Middle East.
Does the Middle East any longer recognise the 'lines in the sand' imposed by the West?
David Aaronovitch asks what Turkey, Russia, Iran and the US want from the war in Syria.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the An Lushan Rebellion.
At the end of the Korean War, 21 American prisoners chose not to go home to the USA.
The Korean War tore thousands of families apart. Bridget Kendall hears their stories.
Alistair Cooke answers readers' letters on the Korean War and presidential vacations.
Barbara Plett examines how the Syria conflict could shape the future of the Middle East.
David Dabydeen explores the migration story of the Asians who came to 1970s Britain.
John Kampfner examines the potential consequences of Britain not intervening in Syria.
Jeremy Bowen hears from people who have witnessed the repression in Syria.