Could listeners of World Service English soon be listening without speaking the language?
Examining the Future of English
Moscow and the Blind Travel Presenter
The highs and lows of being a blind travel presenter as listeners quiz Peter White
The Conclusion of Death in Ice Valley
The Norwegian murder mystery podcast has come to an end, so were you left wanting more?
Reading Between the Lines of Word Book Club
Listeners quiz Harriett Gilbert about how she selects authors for World Book Club
BBC Africa and its Teenage Audience
Why BBC Africa is targeting younger audiences
Did the Money & Power Season Empower You?
The Money & Power season has now finished, so did it enrich your life and empower you?
Should Controversial Guests be Given Airtime?
Why some listeners are infuriated The Real Story gave a “controversial” guest airtime
How Violence in Cameroon Again Demands Attention
Violence in Cameroon is brought to our attention again by a listener who demands action
Kalki Koechlin Hosts My Indian Life
Bollywood star Kalki Koechlin and why she got involved in the new podcast My Indian Life
What is the Big Idea Behind the Big Idea?
What is the big idea behind the Big idea? Presenter David Edmonds answers your questions
Robert Redford’s Neighbourhoods
Why Robert Redford has thrown his weight behind a World Service series on neighbourhoods
Comedy on the BBC World Service is no joke
Comedy on the BBC World Service? We hear how it can work on the network
The focus falls on allegations of sex abuse
Did reporting of the Pope’s visit to Ireland focus too much on allegations of sex abuse?
Why BBC journalists had to flee for their lives
A team reporting on ritual child killers in Malawi had to flee for their lives
A new outlook for Matthew Bannister
Listeners say their goodbyes to Outlook’s Matthew Bannister, who is leaving the show
Why it is no Laughing Matter
Does comedy have a place on the BBC World Service?
Crowd Sourced Detective Work in Cameroon
Digital detective work catches real life killers as BBC journalists enlist local people
On the Road with World Questions in Vienna
Behind the scenes with the World Questions team in the Austrian capital Vienna
Opioids Every Day for Everyday Americans
How the topic of opioids in the new series Everyday Americans has caught your attention
To Hana Ali He was Just Her Dad!
Muhammad was The Greatest but to Hana Ali he was just her dad
Reporting on Divisive Politicians in a Balanced Way
How do you report on a controversial politician without being controversial yourself?
Meeting the Winners and Losers of the 2008 Financial Crash
Why one listener feels the Compass series After The Crash was bang on the money
Achieving Balance on the US Mid-Terms
Listeners wonder how to achieve balance in a highly divided US political climate
The Virus of Fake News
The “virus of fake news” and a BBC initiative to tackle the spread of disinformation
100 Women Reaches its Sixth Season
The BBC’s 100 Women season has returned for its sixth consecutive year
Black Fire and Music as a Weapon of Protest
How black music is being used as a weapon of protest in America
Getting Things Fixed!
How do World Hacks find their stories? Its editor tells us exactly how things get fixed!
Facing the Challenges of 2019
What are the challenges facing the World Service English Language Network in 2019?
Over To You’s Annual Review
What were the highlights of the BBC World Service in 2018?
Staring 93 Million Miles Into Space
We stare 93 million miles into space with your questions on The Sun, Our Star
Sir David Attenborough’s 60 Year Career
David Attenborough talks to the Arts Hour but what’s his relevance to an arts programme?
Tech Tent is Put Under the Spotlight
Tech Tent host Rory Cellan-Jones joins us in the studio to take your questions
Listeners Thoughts on The Hurricane Tapes
Listeners give their views on The Hurricane Tapes and quiz the co-producer
Is Top of the Pops Still Sounding the Right Note?
Top of the Pops features the UK singles and albums charts but are they still relevant?
Grilling Hardtalk’s arch inquisitor Stephen Sackur
Hardtalk host Stephen Sackur, the doyen of the probing interview, answers your questions
Cerys Matthews on the art of the music interview
Cerys Matthews answers questions about interviewing some of the biggest names in music
Reporting on the hot topic of climate change
How the BBC World Service reports on climate change, and its guidelines for journalists
The revolution that shook the world
What did listeners make of The Fall of the Shah, a drama based on the Iranian revolution?
Are you bowled over by the cricket show Stumped?
It's your digest of news from the world of cricket, so are you bowled over by Stumped?
Our digital doctor tackles your digital dilemmas
BBC World Service digital editor Anna Doble answers questions about digital platforms
Inviting people who hate each other to sit and talk
Does the confrontational format of BBC Trending need tweaking? One listener thinks so
Can robots and humans get along?
How a robot was sent out to hitchhike, to see if humans and robots could get on
The story about dead bodies on Everest that got 3m hits
How did a story on melting glaciers exposing dead bodies on Everest become such a hit?
Investigating the roots of sexism in France
Not#MeToo, I'm French investigated sexism, but is France the world’s worst example?
Reporting the biggest democratic poll ever held
Battling the threat of fake news in the biggest democratic poll ever held in the world
Is My Perfect City really so perfect?
The My Perfect Country team reflect on policies for a perfect city
What went wrong in flat 113 Grenfell Tower?
The harrowing story of Flat 113 Grenfell Tower: we hear your comments on this documentary
Marking World Press Freedom Day
The dangers and challenges that some journalists face every day just doing their job
Reporting Brexit to an international audience
Brexit is a complex subject so how do you feel about the way the BBC WS is reporting it?
Achieving a 50:50 balance in female voices
How the BBC set itself the task of hitting a 50:50 balance in female voices in its output
Going behind-the-scenes of The Undercover Migrant
How an undercover migrant with a hidden camera documented the trail of people smugglers
World press freedom and the BBC’s Persian service
Investigating the dangers that face journalists working for the BBC Persian Service
Establishing a story’s full facts
Did the BBC do enough to correct a viral news story about a girl who took her own life?
What makes the BBC Africa Eye team tick?
A look back at the BBC’s award-winning Africa Eye investigations team's first year on air
How podcasts have become mainstream
Have podcasts added a new dimension to the way you listen to the BBC World Service?
Has the Women’s Football World Cup scored with listeners?
Listeners' views on the Women's Football World Cup which reaches its climax this weekend
Speaking the language of the polyglots
Your thoughts on the documentary series about those people who speak multiple languages.
Hitting the right sporting balance
After last weekend’s sport frenzy, listeners complain the BBC WS got the balance wrong.