First-hand accounts of turmoil and violence in the days after India's partition.
A dream home or a jump into the unknown? Rosie Millard on the highs and lows of moving.
Clive Anderson and guests debate whether the law is fair to asylum seekers.
With rising numbers of asylum seekers, are some UK communities struggling to cope?
Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley examines how the transatlantic slave trade has shaped Bristol.
Refugees starve as Cambodian regimes block food aid.
Muna Baig argues that forced displacement should be taken seriously as a war crime.
The untold stories of British Asians and Colonial British who witnessed India's partition.
How the violence of the Northern Ireland Troubles began
How the violence of the Northern Ireland Troubles began.
Heaven Crawley argues for a different approach in our attitude towards asylum seekers.
The conflict in Kashmir told through the life and times of a burnt-out movie theatre
Caz Graham meets a group of refugees who are helping out at lambing time in Yorkshire.
Partition's legacy on those who lived through it and subsequent generations in Britain.
Covid-19 didn't halt Europe's migration crisis - it made it worse.
The story of how one woman offered refuge to leading intellectuals fleeing from the Nazis.
Clare Balding joins a group of refugees and students who enjoy walking together.
Three refugees talk about something important they have brought from their home country.
Agnes Woolley examines what is missing from the stories told by, and about, refugees.
Hossein Ahmadi, an Iranian refugee, returns to the Calais Jungle that was once his home.
Ford presses for further aid package to Cambodia.
David Graeber examines the influence of debt during the birth of capitalism.
In 1975 US troops airlifted hundreds of people out of Saigon as the Vietnam War ended.
Bridget Kendall hears how a student and a schoolgirl witnessed the end of the Vietnam War.
Harvard's Michael Sandel uses pioneering technology to conduct a truly global debate.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss evictions and migrations in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Helen Thiesen recalls being taken from her family in Greenland and sent to live in Denmark