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How a crisis on a tiny island in the Mediterranean is changing immigration in Europe.
Reporter Mark Franchetti investigates Italy's deadliest mafia, the Camorra.
Can Thailand deliver justice to the victims of army violence?
Katya Adler reveals the impact of Spain's stolen baby scandal.
Following the return of child refugees forced to flee South Sudan during the civil war.
The differing visions of three young revolutionaries in the Arab Spring collide.
A look at how a nuclear disaster nearly unfolded after the 2011 tsunami in Japan.
How rural China is being transformed by the world's most ambitious urbanisation project.
Featuring an extraordinary Chinese talk show which interviews prisoners before they die.
John Sweeney investigates Mormonism, the religion of US Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
This World tells the story of the 2011 massacre in Norway.
Darragh MacIntyre reveals evidence of a scandal that goes to the top of the Irish church.
Is this the moment the Eurozone becomes more united, or will it be pulled apart?
Documentary following Aung San Suu Kyi's step into everyday politics in Burma.
Andrew Marr assesses how far Obama's first term in office has lived up to expectations.
Could Cuba's new economic openness lead to political liberalisation?
Paul Mason travels to Spain to see how it became another casualty of the Eurozone crisis.
Documentary looking at child poverty in America, which has reached record levels.
Peter Hain MP investigates the killing of 34 protesting miners in Marikana.
John Dickie uncovers the truth about Italy's most powerful organised crime group.
Anita Rani investigates the obesity epidemic engulfing India's middle class.
John Marsden investigates how legalisation may change teenage drug use in Colorado.
Revealing how Congo became one of the world's poorest countries despite its many resources
Anita Rani investigates rapidly growing populations in the developing world.
Professor Hans Rosling uses 3D graphics to show how the world's population is changing.
In Kenya and Uganda, Simon Reeve meets the people who pick, pack and transport tea.
Simon Reeve heads to Vietnam to uncover the stories behind the morning pick-me-up.
Robert Peston investigates how economic giant China could actually be in trouble.
The lives of the staff and guests at one of Latin America's most iconic hotels.
Ade Adepitan explores the afterlife of some of the clothes we donate to charity shops.
Documentary about survivors of the 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh.
Martin Sixsmith hears the stories of those involved in a transatlantic adoption trade.
Following attempts to reform Maine State Prison's use of solitary confinement.
Revisiting the terrorist attack on Kenya's Westgate Shopping Mall in September 2013.
Prof Hans Rosling examines the number one goal for the world: eradicating extreme poverty.
One-off documentary looking at the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
A committee debates a hypothetical 'hot war' in eastern Europe.
Robert Peston reveals how the economic slowdown is affecting China and the world.
Reggie Yates investigates the reality behind the super-rich's appetite for luxury goods.
A look inside the world of Romania's super-rich Gypsy popstars.
The life of a group of frat boys as they embark on the pledging process.
Following the trial of a white police officer accused of shooting an unarmed black man.
Katya Adler asks whether the EU can survive the biggest challenge in its history.
A shocking look at football firms in Russia, host country for the 2018 World Cup.
Documentary uncovering the discrimination against people with albinism in East Africa.