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Nele and Ellie identified as transmen in their teens. Both are now reidentifying as female
Behind the Hong Kong protests
What’s motivating the demonstrators on the city’s streets – and their opponents?
A new wave of end of life rituals is emerging across northern England
The importance of Jurgen Klopp
Becky Milligan presents a profile of Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool Football Club
Sounds of the City
Miami: The sounds of the city
Peter White, blind since birth, explores Miami through the sounds he hears
Melbourne: The sounds of the city
Peter White, blind since birth, explores Melbourne through the sounds he hears.
Women of the World
Kim Chakanetsa talks to the acclaimed authors Isabel Allende and Edna O’Brien.
China and the virus
Has the epidemic weakened or strengthened the grip of China’s Communist Party?
The foreign care workers who look after Britain’s elderly and disabled people
Universal Basic Income: Alaska style
Every citizen gets an annual dividend from the state’s oil fund. Mark Whitaker reports
The virus hunters
Tracking the virus hunters who race to understand and extinguish new pathogens.
One hundred days of Brexit
One hundred days with new MPs in the North of England from Brexit, Day to lockdown
Chinese Dreams: Australia
How countries across the world are responding to the rise of China
Chinese Dreams: Indonesia
Will the growing prominence of ethnic Chinese create further resentment in Indonesia?
Chinese Dreams: Canada
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou in Canada sparks a geopolitical crisis
Wuhan: The beginning of coronavirus Covid-19
In December 2019, Chinese doctors and officials grapple with a mysterious new virus
The Sound Odyssey
Loyle Carner in Guyana
UK rapper Loyle Carner joins flautist Keith Waithe in Guyana for a musical collaboration
Nubya Garcia in Ethiopia
Rising British jazz star Nubya Garcia travels to the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa
Postcards from isolation
BBC World Service listeners talk about lockdown life during the coronavirus pandemic
Seven dead, 46 injured: One Chicago weekend
Stories from an August weekend of gun violence in Chicago, narrated by Clarke Peters
Soul Music: Crazy
People reflect on the pop country classic Crazy, made famous by Patsy Cline
Zeinab Badawi looks at doctors from developing countries working in the developed world
Recycling Chile, recycling Spain
Why is Spain rubbish at recycling and Chile so much better? Leena Vuotovesi finds out.
New York Stories with Joe Pascal
New York stories with Joe Pascal
Joe Pascal meets Darryl McDaniels of the legendary rap group Run-DMC
Homage to Harlem with poetry, music and the story of chef Marcus Samuelsson
The Death Row book club
An inmate’s first-hand account of creating a book club on Death Row.
Iran's long game
How top military commander Qasem Soleimani helped advance Iranian national interests
The Covid Generation
The effect of coronavirus on the employment prospects and lives of the class of 2020.
North Korea's celebrity defectors
How North Korean defectors have become a hugely valuable commodity in South Korea
Ethiopia and Eritrea: Rebirth at the border
What does the future hold on either side of the Ethiopia-Eritrea border?
Germany's refugee teachers
As Germany struggles with a teacher shortage, can refugee teachers fill the gap?