Frank Gardner talks to former allies of Osama bin Laden who have turned against him.
What risks do returning jihadis from IS in Iraq and Syria pose in the UK?
What will happen if the Islamic State loses its state? David Aaronovitch investigates.
Eddie Mair chairs a debate on the progress of the conflict in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Lyse Doucet talks to a group of former hostages of so-called Islamic State.
William Crawley explores the beliefs of Islamic State following the Paris attacks.
The rapid rise, fall and legacy of the self-styled Islamic State.
Does so-called Islamic State still pose a threat to Syria and around the world?
Former jihadi Aimen Dean explains how Islamic State came to power and how it survives.
Mike Thomson reports on an extraordinary series of diaries on life inside 'Islamic State'.
Lyse Doucet in conversation with Nader Nadery, a human rights campaigner in Kabul.
Isis Thompson talks to others who share their name with the radical Islamist State group.
An email from Al Qaeda deputy leader Ayman al-Zawahiri to the group's Yemeni branch.
Jeremy Bowen on the dramatic eruption of opposition to the Assad regime in Syria.
BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen looks back on the rise and fall of Islamic State.
Jeremy Bowen finds himself in Sudan on the trail of Osama bin Laden.
Razia Iqbal talks to Hanif Qadir who helps Muslim children in danger of being radicalised.
Edward Stourton investigates the alternatives to President Assad.
Hanif Qadir describes leaving the Taliban after meeting a young boy running scared.
Former al-Qaeda member Aimen Dean talks about his eight years undercover as a British spy.
Born in the USA? Alistair Cooke reflects on Al-Qaeda's use of home grown terrorists.
David Aaronovitch untangles the ideological threads that make up the 'Islamic State'.
Edward Stourton discovers what a negotiated peace with the Taliban would really mean.