The man trying to bring The Gambia's former strongman leader Yahya Jammeh to justice.
The Dictator Hunter
The challenge of rebuilding Syria
Watching the World Cup
When football takes over from Lebanon's other national obsession: politics.
A Change of Heart
Ever since Jacob Zuma's resignation his family has faced all sorts of legal headaches.
Taking on the 'Ndrangheta Mafia
One of the few people able to strike fear into the international organised crime syndicate
Warfare - the Soundtrack of Their Lives
Children who are able to survive the ongoing civil war have to grow up fast in Yemen.
From Our Home Correspondent 22/07/2018
Skye's inaccessible pinnacle, Warrington's parkrun, shuddering trains and homelessness.
Elections in Pakistan, religious division in the Balkans & an ode to an Ethiopian airport
Zimbabwe - Where Fear is a Powerful Commodity
The election was supposed to be the moment it turned a corner leaving fear behind.
Fighting for Life
Stories of endurance from Syria, Argentina, India, Nicaragua and Niger
Clean Up Your Act
Stories of rebellion and resistance from Greece, Ireland, Somalia, the US and Czechia
From Our Home Correspondent 19/08/2018
Welsh hospitality, old chums, a Lakeland pilgrimage centre and Scots ploughing champions.
Leading The Change
The Rohingya village elder reduced to rags and the flash youngster who’s become kingpin.
Brainwashing, Legal Brothels and Hair Transplants
Is China trying to brainwash Muslim Uyhgurs?
The Yazidis Still Missing In Iraq
Some are buried in mass graves, others are still in the hands of Islamic State militants.
A Syrian Radio Drama
Radio Alwan has broadcast independent news & drama since 2014 but its future is in doubt
The Return of Jacob Zuma?
Alleged coups, corruption, and clandestine meetings: South Africa politics is never dull.
From Our Home Correspondent 23/09/2018
Hating the BBC, Slasher the hen, a circus hero, style in cricket and a road sign mystery
Fighting Ebola in DR Congo
How rebel violence is making it harder to tackle the latest outbreak of the virus.
The “Tropical Trump" topping the polls in Brazil
Jair Bolsonaro: the controversial front-runner in Brazil's presidential election
Secrets of the Peace Prize
Inside the room where the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is picked.
"This is war. This is what we have to do"
Life inside the rebel groups fighting for independence for Cameroon's Anglophone regions.
Life Inside Libya’s Migrant Detention Centres
Why a ceasefire in Tripoli may not mean an easier life for the migrants detained in Libya
On the Azov with the Ukrainian Navy, the increasingly militarised sea off Crimea.
Why people join Boko Haram
The jihadist group offering men and women a taste of power and an escape from poverty
Fuel shortages are nothing to worry about, says the government in Zimbabwe
From Our Home Correspondent 21/10/2018
A student loan paid off, nuclear entrepreneurs, growing up with HIV and lavender farming.
Warlords and Sons of Warlords
Young Afghan voters' choices; Serbian guns, Indonesia's rich, a Catalan raid&a Czech swim
Bluster, Brazenness and Charm
Saudi Arabia's unrepentant show. Plus Afghan security, Mexican mezcal and a Paris auction
Operation Female Outreach
Why recruiting more female peacekeepers is key to defeating jihadists groups in Mali.
Keep America Great
The Donald Trump supporters who can’t wait to vote for him again.
The Next Move
Can Cyril Ramaphosa clean up South Africa? And why do so many Indian men have moustaches?
A Lasting Legacy
India’s gender imbalance and the risks some women take to try and have baby boys.
Nationalists and Patriots
Correspondents around the world tell stories and examine news developments.
Enough to make your cry
Tears over Brexit, a lost passport and a party for a bunch of Russian spies.
From Our Home Correspondent 18/11/2018
A Yorkshire Goth weekend, a Western Isles tragedy remembered and Strawberry Field forever
France's Forgotten French
The marginalised and often ignored 'yellow vests' trying to bring France to a standstill.
Thoughtcrime in Xinjiang
China’s western region is the target of an all-seeing surveillance state.
Inside one of Iraq’s secret shelters for the survivors of domestic abuse.
Presidents, Prisoners and Potholes
We meet one of the pro-Catalan independence leaders in jail in Spain accused of rebellion.
Fighting Hungary's 'Slave Law'
The protest against a law which means employers can demand 400 hours of overtime a year.
From Our Home Correspondent 23/12/2018
Festive policing and dating, wassailing with a mare's skull, and missed Christmas cards.
Fairytales and Memorable Meetings
A Colombian drug dealer, a Swedish troll and a man who might just have been a Russian spy
Life In Lockdown
The impact of escalating violence on the people of Central African Republic.
#SaveRahaf: Last night a retweet saved my life
Rahaf al-Qunun may be safe in Bangkok but her experience is part of something much bigger
Terror in the Secret Garden
How the people of Nairobi are finding hope after the terror attack on a luxury hotel
From Our Home Correspondent 20/01/2019
Beer under sail in Norfolk, Burns Suppers, cancer treatment and a derelict Lakeland lido
The New Pirates of the Caribbean
The Venezuelans who've turned to smuggling drugs and kidnaping fishermen from Trinidad.
Smiling through the fear
Queues for food and fuel return to Zimbabwe and so do violent crackdowns on protesters
From Roses to Rifles
How FARC's former rebel commanders are adapting to life in the Colombian congress
The Sound of Danger in Yemen
Face to face with Islamic State group fighters at the site of a US drone strike in Yemen.
Watch Your Back!
Attacked by online trolls for reporting on the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.
Peace Is More Difficult Than War
The Taliban talk peace in Moscow, 40 years after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
Celebrating the Iranian revolution in Lebanon
How supporters of the political and militant group Hezbollah mark the events of 1979.
The Power of God
The remote religious retreat at the heart of plans for a populist revolution in Europe.
From Our Home Correspondent 17/02/2019
Being sectioned, light pollution, losing your sense of smell, squatting and a cute train.
Take It Gently
Uruguay's cautious route to legal cannabis sales
Where To Next?
Interviewing an IS bride - and considering her chances of return to the UK
It just didn’t happen!
How the persecution of the Rohingya is seen within Myanmar.
Losing hope in Venezuela
Salvation or invasion - how do Venezuelans feel about humanitarian aid from abroad?
An American contradiction
Looking around a marijuana farm with a local leader of the far-right Proud Boys.
Orban's EU offensive
The appeal of Viktor Orban, the Hungarian PM who wants to remake the EU in his own image.
Powerless in Venezuela
Surviving the blackout in Caracas: Kate Adie introduces this and other global stories
A Different Yemen
The BBC's Paul Adams returns to a land he knows well - and it's much changed
No Longer A Place Apart
The bullets that shattered the image that New Zealand is a place apart.
Hospitality in the Caucasus
Hospitality in the Caucasus with the families of Russians returning from IS duty in Syria
From Our Home Correspondent 24/03/2019
Glasgow knife crime, parental leave, Irish sport, Antrim's dark hedges, unusual builders.
Marching bands in Myanmar
Marching bands in Myanmar as the army celebrates, but it's an army accused of genocide
Mosul in colour
Bright hijabs, bold makeup and colourful art - life after IS in Iraq's second city.
Netanyahu's Likely Victory
An election campaign in Israel but little mention of the peace process.
Fictions and Factions
Satire and reality blur together in Ukraine's Presidential election
From Our Home Correspondent 21/04/2019
Racism, the man in the caravan, Easter and forgiveness, mermaids and why daffodils matter
Sudanese street protests
Street protests gain strength in Sudan. But will revolutionary change be the result?
The beginning of a new era in Japan
Flag waving and tears as a new emperor takes the throne and the Reiwa era begins
Airstrikes and Sirens
In Israel and Gaza, Tom Bateman hears how rocket and air strikes are ruining lives.
The Democracy Sausage
Has politics been the main loser in Australia's general election campaign?
From Our Home Correspondent 19/05/2019
Riding Saltburn's waves, surf music in Worthing, a parent's death, Yorkshire identities.
US Culture Wars
Are abortion rights on the frontline of the culture wars in the US?
Anonymous contacts. Secret meetings. Gabriel Gatehouse tells the story behind the story.
Ear cleaners and road sweepers
India has a huge unemployment problem. What sort of jobs are on offer?
A very Brussels welcome
A new cohort of MEPS are given the lowdown on local apartments and Belgian tax returns
Political turmoil in Austria
Austria has sworn in its first female chancellor amidst political turmoil
US Mexico relations
Mexico takes a tougher approach to migrants as it comes under pressure from the US
Protests on the streets of Hong Kong
This week has seen the biggest protests in Hong Kong since its handover to China
Ebola spreads to Uganda
Ebola has spread from the DRC to Uganda as the authorities struggle to control it
Matt Lewis - Last Man Off
The catches prove disappointing; it's time to move on.
News, views, issues and culture from across the north west of Northern Ireland.
Nolan Show learns that all NI civil servants and other workers throughout NI could be entitled to backdated holiday pay
It comes after the PSNI lost a court challenge over holiday pay.
Landmark: Finnegans Wake
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss James Joyce's experimental novel.
The failed escape and the ‘stolen’ son
After a disastrous effort to flee East Germany, Andreas Laake was set on finding his son