How hundreds of Russian jihadi brides and their children vanished in Iraq.
The Mystery of Russia's Lost Jihadi Brides
Corruption Incorporated: The Odebrecht Story
The rise and fall of one of Brazil's top companies - built on a policy of bribery.
The Belarus Tractor Factory
How a Soviet era business model is still working in Minsk - and exporting worldwide.
China's World Cup Dreams
How a small rural school could help China achieve its World Cup dream.
Shades of Jewish in Israel
Has Israel become less welcoming to African Jews?
Not Making Babies in South Korea
Why does South Korea have the lowest fertility rate in the world?
Norway's Silent Scandal
Norway's child protection system under scrutiny once again after expert's conviction.
Euthanasia - Aurelia's Story
Aurelia Brouwers had mental illness - when she died from euthanasia in Holland she was 29.
Seaweed, Sex and Liberation in Zanzibar
The crop that has put women on top in Zanzibar.
'Gone to Foreign' from Jamaica
A life in limbo for two Britons. Not wanted in the UK and not wanted in Jamaica.
Uganda's Prison Farms
'He was using prisoners like oxen' - an ex-convict recalls life on a Ugandan prison farm.
Nevada's Brothels Face the Axe
Nevada's legal sex trade faces a campaign for reform.
Chile - Sexual Abuse, Secrets and Lies
The dark secrets of Chile's Catholic Church.
Simon Cox investigates a new far right youth organisation in Europe, Generation Identity.
Nigeria's Patient 'Prisoners'
Nigerian patients held in hospital because they can’t pay their medical bills.
A Stark Choice for Cambodia's Surrogates
Locked up for renting out their wombs, mothers in Cambodia must make an agonising choice.
Inside Burundi’s Killing Machine
An investigation into repression in Burundi, one of Africa's most secretive countries.
China's Hidden Camps
The BBC gains rare access to a region of China where Muslims are being held without trial.
DNA, Me and the Family Tree
How home DNA testing kits are revealing more than some people bargained for.
Armenia: Return to a Town That Died
Two British firefighters revisit the scene of Armenia's devastating earthquake in 1988.
The Brazilian Footballer Who Never Was
How one boy’s dream was cut short by the beautiful game’s ugly prejudice in Brazil.
Balkan Border Wars - Serbia and Kosovo
Old enemies Serbia and Kosovo discuss what for some is unthinkable - an ethnic land swap.
Japan's Elderly Crime Wave
Elderly pensioners in Japan commit petty crimes so that they can be sent to prison.
Unrest in Ukraine’s Little Hungary
Tensions are rising on Ukraine's western border
Nepal Fights Foreign Paedophiles
Hunting western paedophiles is a priority for a new police unit in Nepal.
Poland's Partisan Ghosts
For some in Poland the Cursed Soldiers are national heroes; for others they are murderers.
Restoring Brazil's National Treasure
Can the treasures lost when Brazil's National Museum burnt down be salvaged or replaced?
Bangladesh versus Yaba
Thousands of Bangladeshi addicts are hooked on Yaba, a mix of methamphetamine and caffeine
Empty Spain and the Caravans of Love
How does a lonely, Spanish shepherd find love when single women have left for the city?
Abandoned in the Amazon
The dangers of flying in the great wilderness of the Brazilian rainforest.
Bolivia's Mennonites, Justice and Renewal
In 2009, Mennonite women in a far-flung Bolivian colony reported mass rape.
Sarah Brett with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency faces opposition
The US treasury secretary has warned about the potential criminal use of Libra
Giorgio Moroder shares his musical milestones in a programme first broadcast in 2014.
Trieste’s mental health ‘revolution’
How Italy’s radical decision to close its mental asylums shaped the way we think today
Imran Qureshi: Beauty and carnage
The Pakistani artist meets his friend, French shoe designer Christian Louboutin, in Paris