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When someone takes their own life, how does it affect those left behind?
Surviving in Ukraine
Living under attack in Kherson, Kharkiv and Kyiv
World of Wisdom: Living with losing the one you love
How do we overcome the feelings of guilt and grief that can arise when a loved one dies?
The shutdown: Elections
Why do internet shut downs happen during elections and what is the impact on democracy?
Tough Love’ in San Francisco
A lethal drugs crisis is changing politics in one of America’s most permissive cities
World of Wisdom: Changing expectations
How do we learn to adapt when life does not turn out the way we planned?
Welcoming Ukraine's refugees
The UN says war in Ukraine has created Europe's fasting growing refugee crisis since WW2
Understanding North Korea and the Kim dynasty
How the Kim family shaped one of the world’s most secretive countries
Bougainville's long road to independence
Is the Pacific island of Bougainville ready to become the world's newest country?
The Shutdown: Conflict
Why do governments shut down the internet during times of conflict?
The fate of Russia’s soldiers
Tim Whewell follows the story of a Russian prisoner of war in Ukraine
Relationships with mothers
How do we find peace with our mothers when we have a difficult relationship with them?
Understanding the rise of Boko Haram
How the militant Islamic group took hold in northern Nigeria
Why are we having less sex?
Author Jerry Barnett investigates the recent decline in sex in the western world
Heartbeats, abortion and Texas
The impact of the most restrictive abortion law in the United States
Counting them in
On the war's 40th anniversary, Mike Wooldridge reports on life in the Falklands today
World of Wisdom: Guilt
How do we deal with a nagging sensation of guilt?
Destroying Ukrainian history
How major news stories are affecting the lives of people around the world
Understanding relations between Taiwan and China
Why is Taiwanese reunification so important to China?
The house that Viktor built
Viktor Orban and the war in Ukraine. How dangerous is it for him and for Hungary?
Life's big questions
What are the big mysteries that people want to understand about life?
Understanding the power that Saudi Arabia wields
How has the Saudi royal family maintained strong worldwide influence in spite of critics?
Talking to Ukraine's children
As the fighting in Ukraine continues, we hear about the psychological effects of war
A coastal town in fear of the sea
Three fatal shark attacks have changed the remote, ocean-loving community of Esperance
Dying to hunt in France
A string of fatal accidents have turned hunting into a hot topic in the French elections
Understanding South Africa’s continuing quest for equality
Why has the post-apartheid dream of a "Rainbow Nation" not been easy to realise?
The shadow of Algiers
Stories from France’s troubled history with Algeria and why they still matter today
We hear from people who have given up their time to help Ukrainian refugees
Healing with fire on koala country
In the land of the Yuin people, cultural burning is being reintroduced to revitalise land
Russia's unwelcome new exiles
Thousands of Russians fled to Georgia following the invasion of Ukraine
Understanding the long history between Russia and Ukraine
What has bound Russia and Ukraine together, and what has pulled them apart?
Who killed my grandfather?
The unsolved murder of Yemen’s former foreign minister, Mohamed Noman, in 1974
Saving Ukraine's children
We hear from people in Ukraine working to evacuate orphaned children from conflict zones
Saving our species
Could paying farmers to conserve nature help save Australia’s unique wildlife?
Myanmar: Fighting the might of the junta
A mother and a student have sacrificed everything to join a fight for Myanmar's future
Delve into the weird and wonderful world of your genes with Dr Kat Arney
We hear the experiences of three Ukrainian journalists who have been reporting on the war
Hidden Sport: Dambe boxing
Why a centuries-old combat sport means so much to Nigeria's Hausa community
Shifting Cultures: From paddock to plate
The sisters embracing the environment, and sustainability into Australia's cattle farming
The accordion wars of Lesotho
Why has accordion music led to the killing of so many in the mountain kingdom of Lesotho?
Hidden Sport: Korfball
The fast-paced sport of korfball, which claims to be a fully gender-equal team sport
Zelensky: The making of a president
From political novice to Ukraine’s wartime leader - a profile of President Zelensky
War on truth: Ukraine
What is fake, what is real? Stories from the information war over Ukraine
What are the challenges of continuing your education during a war?
The Grand Egyptian Museum
Jonathan Glancey travels to Cairo to report on a truly remarkable construction project
Mexico: The Yaqui fight back
Resistance and division among Mexico’s indigenous Yaqui people
Ukraine mine clearance
Three Ukrainian women go to Kosovo to learn how to defuse bombs and help their country
Hidden Sport: Drone racing
Kim Tserkezie soars into the skies with the drone racers
Grenada: Confronting the past
Laura Trevelyan discovers her family’s connection to the slave trade in Grenada
Don't log off: Daria, love and war
Daria in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, talks to Alan Dein about unexpectedly finding love at war
Cambodia: Returning the gods
Cambodia wants its gods - stolen statues - returned from western museums and collectors
Hidden Sport: Switch
A sport bridging generational divides in West London
Abortion in the US
Women share experiences of undergoing and performing abortions
Billionaire ball game
How the super-rich bought English football
Escape from the Taliban
Sana Safi follows the stories of Afghan women judges trying to escape the Taliban.
Don't log off: Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Alan Dein talks to Anna, Verena and Roman and hears how their lives have been blown away
Love-bombing Estonia’s Russian speakers
Can music and culture help unite Estonia?
The Buffalo shooting
Residents and hosts on US black-owned radio stations reflect on a mass shooting
The advertising trap
Digital advertising has taken over the world. But is it all based on smoke and mirrors?
How can we live an ethical life?
Philosopher Peter Singer on how to live a moral life
The other side of death row
What affect does having a relative facing execution have on families of the condemned?
Don't log off: People are alike all over
Alan Dein talks to anyone, anywhere about their lives and their world
When rape becomes a crime
Are tougher sentences for rapists in Senegal deterring sexual violence against women?
The Royal diplomat
Emma Barnett tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II's unique global diplomacy
The rising cost of living: Food
We hear how the cost of living crisis is affecting people's lives around the world
Guarding the art
Meet the security staff at the Baltimore Museum of Art who are curating their own show
Don't log off: Roads less travelled
Alan Dein talks Shugofa, an Afghan refugee in Rome, Leo in Moldova, nurse Maureen
Ukraine: The disinformation war
British academics accused of sharing Russian disinformation about the war in Ukraine
The rising cost of living: Fuel
How fuel shortages and prices are affecting people in Lebanon, the UK and Sri Lanka
The interview: Tina Brown
Katty Kay meets award-winning writer and magazine editor Tina Brown
Inside the Kim regime
Have you ever wondered what life is like at the very top of the North Korean regime?
Don't log off: A different way
People around the world who are reaching further and seeking a different path in life
Evacuated to Russia
Has Russia rescued a million Ukrainian refugees? Or deported them in another war crime?
Messages for those lost in Ukraine
The memories of those who have lost friends, family and colleagues in the war
The night Ukraine gave up its nuclear weapons
Why did Ukraine give up its nuclear weapons in 1994 and how did it shape the world today?
Don't log off: Keeping going
Ukraine’s homegrown harvest
A village to village network to help grown food in Ukraine
The climate tipping points
Justin Rowlatt explores how global warming may trigger irreversible changes to our planet
Insecurity in Nigeria
Living in fear of the violent attacks which have become commonplace in Nigeria
The Interview: Sergei Lavrov
Russia’s foreign minister speaks to the BBC’s Russia editor, Steve Rosenberg
Kenya's election hustle
The enterprising young Kenyans making money from a political scramble for power
Life in Kyiv
We hear how life has changed since the Russian invasion
From Ukraine to Israel: An exodus for our times
The exodus of Ukrainians to Israel and the unusual life awaiting them in the Middle East
Ethiopia’s Disinformation War
Unpicking fact from fiction in a war
Latinos in Texas
We hear stories of illegal border crossings, the American dream and fitting in
Delivering justice by boat, on board the the João Bruno II, Amazon’s floating court
Ukraine war stories
Assignment follows the stories of four young women whose lives have been changed by war
Reactions to the UK Prime Minister’s resignation
Shrimps, saris and guns
The village women in Bangladesh taking on the global shrimp industry to protect their land
The man who came back from the dead
How one man survived to bear witness to one of the worst atrocities of the war in Ukraine
Sri Lanka crisis
People across Sri Lanka describe how the crisis has affected their lives
In Zambia there is still only 13 nurses per 10,000 people, compared to 175 in Switzerland
How covid changed China’s commercial capital
People around world discuss how extreme heat is affecting their lives
Birmingham’s grassroots heroes
Exploring what the idea of ‘commonwealth’ means to Birmingham's grassroots sports heroes.
The return of the tigers
Tigers are making a remarkable comeback in Nepal
US firefighters discuss one of the most dangerous jobs in the world
My granny the slave
Claire Hynes goes on a personal journey to uncover the story of her enslaved ancestor
Ukraine: Collaboration and Resistance
The dilemma facing the citizens of Kherson
Female footballers and commentators on the challenges and progress within their fields
Inheritors of partition
Kavita Puri marks the 75th anniversary of the division of the Indian subcontinent