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Albania’s Iranian guests
Who are Albania’s Iranian guests?
Obesity crisis In Thai temples
Why are Buddhist monks in Thailand more obese than the population at large?
The five-day election
Voters talk about waiting for results of the unusually protracted US presidential election
Martinique: The poisoning of paradise
The historic link between slavery and the toxic contamination of a Caribbean island
Coronavirus: Mental and physical toll
Three women in Latin America talk about how coronavirus has affected their societies
100 Women: The mushroom woman
How Chido Govera's curiosity with mushrooms helped feed her family and other growers
Don't Log Off: Resilience
Alan Dein connects with individuals whose lives have shifted in the coronavirus pandemic
The Mapuche – fighting for their right to heal
The Mapuche battle to get respect for their approach to healthcare in southern Chile
Coronavirus: Festive celebrations
Conversations about the impact of coronavirus in the US, Japan and Gaza
100 Women: Women in power
Mary Ann Sieghart hears the inspiring stories of women in power
Belarus across the barricades - part one
Day 115 of the astonishing protests in Belarus
BBC correspondents' look ahead
As the year draws to a close, correspondents muse on the upcoming global events of 2021
Don't Log Off: Searching for hope
The state of the planet
The UN Secretary General joins Lucy Hockings and activists from around the world
Me and my trolls
One victim’s quest to discover why complete strangers tormented her on social media
Coronavirus: Vaccine approved
Is imminent large-scale vaccination a path back to normality?
Back down to Earth
Is it time to abandon dreams of human space travel?
Belarus across the barricades - part two
Dazzling poet Valzhyna Mort explores a hundred days of protest in Belarus
Don't log off: Grounded
Syria's soldiers of fortune
The young Syrians who find themselves fighting in the war in Nagorno Karabakh
Coronavirus: Vaccines, frustrations and hope
Two Kenyan doctors explain why they’re prepared to strike over their working conditions
Don't Log Off: Opportunity
Darfur: A precarious peace
As UN peacekeepers leave Sudan’s troubled Darfur region, who will now protect civilians?
Coronavirus: Spikes and Santas
Conversations about Christmas during a pandemic
Warrior elephant guardians
Former Samburu warriors turn their skills to caring for baby elephants in Kenya
The Digital Human: Messiah
Why do so many of us treat Silicon Valley billionaires like our new messiahs?
Searching for the identities of those who died in a Mediterranean shipwreck
Coronavirus: Surviving the pandemic
We return to some of the people we've featured to hear how their lives have changed
Revolution of the senses
Has Covid-19 changed the way we hear, see, smell, taste and touch?
The Hindu bard
In 1914 an Indian student caused a sensation when she won a top Welsh cultural prize
The Digital Human: Subservience
Does how we treat our subservient robots affect how we treat one another?
Searching for Wisdom in Lagos
How one young man went missing after Nigerian troops opened fire at a protest
Breakthrough: The race for the Covid vaccine
Dr Kevin Fong talks to the people who have created a coronavirus vaccine in record time
Coronavirus: Forgotten voices
Nuala McGovern catches up with people she spoke to earlier in the year
Donald Trump: The man
The businessman and TV show host who became the 45th President of the United States
Donald Trump: The political record
The impact of the Trump presidency on US policy convention and political discourse
The Digital Human: Ghoul
Aleks Krotoski explores how violent content is viewed and why
Libya's Brothers from Hell
How seven ruthless brothers held a small Libyan town in their murderous grip.
Coronavirus: Intensive care
We hear from ICU doctors in the US, Brazil and South Africa
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris
Mark Coles presents a profile of Kamala Harris, vice president-elect
The digital human: Sacred
Aleks Krotoski explores how the digital world influences the way we live
Social influencers and the perfect body
How online influencers get paid to promote cosmetic surgery
Coronavirus: Young widows
Women who have founded a support group after losing their husbands to Covid-19
My viral video and me
Colm Flynn tracks down the internet’s original viral video superstars
President-elect Joe Biden
James Naughtie charts the life of the soon-to-be 46th president of the USA, Joe Biden
Lisa Montgomery: The road to execution
The story behind one of America’s most shocking murders – and the woman who did it
President Biden: Call for unity
Nuala McGovern hosts conversations on the challenges ahead for the Biden presidency
Voices from the Ghetto
The contemporaneous attempt to preserve the memory of life in the Warsaw Ghetto
Donald Trump and me
Republican voters in Idaho reflect on President Trump’s legacy and their country’s future
The exiles: Hong Kong at a crossroads
Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters facing a tough decision. Do they stay or do they flee?
Coronavirus: Vaccine hesitancy among ethnic minorities
We hear why some people from ethnic minorities are worried about the vaccine
Are people in the medical and humanitarian professions suffering from emotional burnout?
Coronavirus Front Line: The search for a vaccine
Winifred Robinson reports on the global race to create a vaccine for Covid-19
Europe’s most dangerous capital
Bucharest’s crumbling buildings are full of life despite the frequent earth tremors
Trump impeachment: The Republicans' dilemma
Ros Atkins looks at the future of the GOP after Donald Trump and the Capitol storming
Coronavirus: Guilty mums
Challenges of parenting and home schooling during lockdown
Coronavirus Front Line: The search for a vaccine - part two
The medical teams at Bradford investigate the hesitancy over the Covid-19 vaccine
Unmasked: Stories from the PPE frontline
How protected are the factory workers who make gloves used by doctors fighting Covid?
The slow search for the origin of Covid-19
Why does so much remain unknown about the start of the pandemic?
Coronavirus: The vaccinated
A hospital porter and a hospital cleaner talk about their work during the pandemic
World Wide Waves: The sounds of community radio
For World Radio Day, we visit community radio stations around the globe.
Inside the brain of Jeff Bezos
The ideas that made Jeff Bezos the richest man on Earth
Drug-free in Norway?
Can Norwegians with psychosis benefit from radical, drug-free treatment?
Coronavirus: Living in a refugee camp
A Syrian father and his daughter talk about life in the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan
Covid-19: The cost of keeping schools closed during a pandemic
With millions of schools shut worldwide, how do we get children back in the classroom?
How the Irish shaped Britain
Fergal Keane explores the profound influence the Irish have had on Britain
I am Robert Chelsea
The story of the first African-American to have a full face transplant
Kenya’s unhappy doctors and nurses
How one young doctor’s death has exposed problems in Kenya’s health sector
Coronavirus: Venezuela's hospitals
Two doctors in Venezuela talk about the healthcare crisis in their country
Facebook's global power and influence
Ros Atkins considers whether the company is now too powerful and its impact on democracy
A year of Covid
The story of a year of Covid-19 told through the voices of England’s doctors and nurses
Meet the team devising President Biden’s foreign policy
Coronavirus: War and Covid trauma
How does the experience of a pandemic compare to being in a war?
The Saudis and the superpower
Ros Atkins on Joe Biden’s first foreign policy test - how to deal with Saudi Arabia
The empty desk: Women, Covid and the US economy
Why are women experiencing disproportionate job losses due to Covid in the US?
The disinformation dragon
China’s new strategy of promoting disinformation in the West through social media
The Royal Family’s missed chance
Ros Atkins examines the monarchy's role in a modern, multicultural and democratic society
Coronavirus: Resilience during a year of the pandemic
We hear from people whose lives have followed an extraordinary path during the pandemic
What does the future hold? Covid, women and the US economy
Nada Tawfik explores economic empowerment, opportunity and pay for women in the US economy
Scotland's contested identity
From Dundee to the Orkneys we hear voices on both sides of Scotland’s independence debate
Coronavirus: Reporting Covid-19
We speak to journalists who have spent the past year reporting on the pandemic
What happened with the AstraZeneca vaccine?
How did a vaccine hailed as a gamechanger end up in a scientific and political storm?
World of wisdom: Breathe
Three wise people offer advice on anxiety, screen dependence and learning from lockdown
World of wisdom: Love
Life-lessons on kids in lockdown, coping with bereavement and learning to love yourself
A constitutional conversation
Is it time the US Constitution got a 21st Century makeover?
Shipping’s dirty secret
Lifting the lid on the dangerous and polluting world of international shipbreaking
Two people who became homeless because of the pandemic tell us their stories
Joe Biden's border challenge
Ros Atkins considers whether Joe Biden's policies have led to a spike in child migration
The coronavirus and your money
A look at what is being done to help with the impact of the virus on health and finance
Women dying for work
Yoshie Matsumoto examines how the overwork culture affects women in Japan
Namibia: The price of genocide
How can Germany make up for its colonial atrocities in Namibia?
Coronavirus: Brazilian doctors
Brazil’s healthcare system is on the brink of collapse
Don’t log off: My life, my world
Margaret in Uganda cares for nine children orphaned by Aids and has HIV herself
Denmark: Goodbye to mink
Can Denmark's mink industry rise again?
The life of Prince Philip
Remembering the life of Prince Philip, who has died aged 99
HRH Prince Philip: His work with charity
The global impact of Prince Philip's work with charities
HRH Prince Philip: Links with the armed forces
Jonny Dymond looks back at Prince Philip's links with the armed forces
HRH Prince Philip: A celebration of a life
Remembering the projects and causes to which the Duke of Edinburgh dedicated his life
The other caliphate
The Philippines’ fight to contain Islamist extremism in the wake of the Marawi siege
Coronavirus: Loss of smell and taste
Three people describe what it is like to lose sense of smell and taste for months
Don't log off: My life, my world
Alan Dein follows 25-year-old entrepreneur Fahad in Dhaka, who has over 200 employees