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The Vanishing Antarctica

Our World: The Vanishing Antarctica

Richard Wilson meets the scientists who are investigating changes in the Antarctic ice.

Pirate Hunters

Our World: Pirate Hunters

Jonathan Beale reports on the growth of Somalian piracy in the Indian Ocean.

China's Green Revolution

Our World: China's Green Revolution

China pollutes more than any other country, but now the government wants to go green.

Ruling Iran

Our World: Ruling Iran

James Reynolds profiles Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Iran's Supreme Leader.

Barcelona - Bullfighting and Cathedrals

Our World: Barcelona - Bullfighting and Cathedrals

In Barcelona, Steve Smith looks at the declining interest in bullfighting.

Gorbachev - Part 1, The Great Dissident

Our World: Gorbachev - Part 1, The Great Dissident

An in-depth look at Gorbachev's role in his country's emergence out of Soviet communism.

Gorbachev - Part 2, The Great Dissident

Our World: Gorbachev - Part 2, The Great Dissident

An in-depth look at Gorbachev's role in his country's emergence out of Soviet communism.

Living with Slums

Our World: Living with Slums

Paul Mason visits Manila to find out if we have to learn to live with slums.

Fallout 9/11

Our World: Fallout 9/11

David Shukman discovers how thousands of people became ill from toxic dust after 9/11.

Dangerous Journeys North

Our World: Dangerous Journeys North

Central American migrants heading north to the United States fear that they are in danger.

The Witchdoctors' Children

Our World: The Witchdoctors' Children

Chris Rogers uncovers disturbing evidence of violence against children in Uganda.

School of Olympic Dreams

Our World: School of Olympic Dreams

Bishop Okiring School in Kenya boasts world-class athletes among its former pupils.

Abuse in America

Our World: Abuse in America

Natalia Antelava investigates the roots of child abuse and neglect in the United States.

Europe's Christian Exodus

Our World: Europe's Christian Exodus

In Europe the power of Christian ritual is waning. Robert Pigott reports.

The Arctic Convoys

Our World: The Arctic Convoys

Robert Hall meets people who served on the Arctic convoys between 1941 and 1945.

Ocean Powerhouse

Our World: Ocean Powerhouse

David Shukman explores the extraordinary engineering behind Britain's giant wind turbines.

Has the Amazon Been Saved?

Our World: Has the Amazon Been Saved?

Are the Brazilian authorities beginning to turn around the destruction of the rainforest?

Brainwaves

Our World: Brainwaves

Susan Watts looks at whether brain-enhancing drugs can actually make you smarter.

Dagestan's Football Dreams

Our World: Dagestan's Football Dreams

Can changing things on the football pitch really change Dagestan's politics?

Hope for Haiti?

Our World: Hope for Haiti?

Two years after an earthquake hit Haiti, 500,000 people are still living in tents.

Beyond the Abyss

Our World: Beyond the Abyss

A new wave of explorers are racing to be next to reach the bottom if the Mariana Trench.

Bahrain's Forgotten Spring

Our World: Bahrain's Forgotten Spring

The government in Bahrain says it wants to mend its ways, but can it?

Supply Chain Children

Our World: Supply Chain Children

How can rich consumers be sure they are buying goods manufactured without harming workers?

Canada's First Nations Crisis

Our World: Canada's First Nations Crisis

Why does addiction affects three quarters of Canada's indigenous First Nations population?

No Man's Land

Our World: No Man's Land

Chris Rogers investigates the plight of illegal migrants from India trapped in the UK.

President and the Pulpit

Our World: President and the Pulpit

The government and church in the Philippines disagree on the provision of contraception.

Titanic Remembered

Our World: Titanic Remembered

A hundred years after the sinking of the Titanic Jon Kay reports from the memorial cruise.

The Marriage Breakers of Bangladesh

Our World: The Marriage Breakers of Bangladesh

Angus Crawford reports on a campaign in Dhaka to stop teenage girls being taken as brides.

The Interrogators

Our World: The Interrogators

The men accused of planning the 9/11 attacks face trial by a military commission.

Spain's Stolen Babies

Our World: Spain's Stolen Babies

Katya Adler investigates the impact of Spain's stolen baby scandal.

Human Torches of Tibet

Our World: Human Torches of Tibet

Sue Lloyd-Roberts asks the Dalai Lama about the dream of increased independence for Tibet.

A Death in Honduras

Our World: A Death in Honduras

Linda Pressly meets the staff of the People's Funeral Service in Honduras.

The Edge of the Earth

Our World: The Edge of the Earth

The biggest gas reserves on the planet are in the Russian Arctic. Lucy Ash investigates.

Abdullah is Beautiful

Our World: Abdullah is Beautiful

Caroline Hawley visits a hospital in Jordan treating patients from across the Middle East.

India's Water Crisis

Our World: India's Water Crisis

Jill McGivering reports on India's water crisis.

Miami Justice

Our World: Miami Justice

The case of a Briton imprisoned for murder in Miami more than a quarter of a century ago.

The Governor's Dirty Billions

Our World: The Governor's Dirty Billions

Peter Marshall reports on the politician who stole vast sums from the people of Nigeria.

Germany's Far Right

Our World: Germany's Far Right

Katya Adler examines the extent of far-right extremism in Germany.

Corruption Crusader

Our World: Corruption Crusader

Karen Allen reports on Thuli Madonsela, South Africa's anti-corruption supremo.

The Curse of Gold

Our World: The Curse of Gold

Humphrey Hawksley investigates the link between minerals, war and business.

China's Toughest Test

Our World: China's Toughest Test

The pupils of a Shanghai school prepare for their university entrance exams.

Bombing Belarus?

Our World: Bombing Belarus?

John Sweeney reports undercover from Belarus on the bombing of the Minsk metro.

Cold Turkey in Karachi

Our World: Cold Turkey in Karachi

Mobeen Azhar finds out how a charity is trying to help heroin addicts in Karachi.

Trafficked

Our World: Trafficked

Laura Trevelyan explores the hidden world of sex trafficking.

Witchhunt in Iraq

Our World: Witchhunt in Iraq

Natalia Antelava investigates the deadly persectuion of gay men and women in Iraq.

Gridlock Sao Paulo

Our World: Gridlock Sao Paulo

The Brazilian mega-city of Sao Paulo has the worst traffic jams in the world.

The Big Melt

Our World: The Big Melt

David Shukman on an unprecedented thaw of Arctic ice.

Syria - Descent into Hell

Our World: Syria - Descent into Hell

Sue Lloyd Roberts looks back on the key events of the Syrian uprising.

India's Lost Girls

Our World: India's Lost Girls

Natalia Antelava investigates the growing trade in girls in India.

Hillary: America's Diplomat in Chief

Our World: Hillary: America's Diplomat in Chief

As Hillary Clinton leaves office Kim Ghattas reports on her particular brand of diplomacy.

Kenya Elections - A Family Affair

Our World: Kenya Elections - A Family Affair

Karen Allen reports on the legacy of past electoral unrest in Kenya.

Murder in the Mediterranean

Our World: Murder in the Mediterranean

Corsica has the highest murder rate per capita in Europe. Tom Esslemont investigates.

Guatemala's Sweet Deal

Our World: Guatemala's Sweet Deal

Examining the reasons behind Guatemala's new trade privileges in detail.

Paragliding Over Mosul

Our World: Paragliding Over Mosul

Yalda Hakim wants to get into Mosul, said to be the most dangerous city in the world.

In Your Eyes: The Women of Iraq

Our World: In Your Eyes: The Women of Iraq

Yalda Hakim reports from Baghdad on how life has changed for women in Iraq.

Electrifying Africa

Our World: Electrifying Africa

How East Africa's green energy revolution is chasing the darkness from rural homes.

Ukraine's Aids Racket

Our World: Ukraine's Aids Racket

Leaders of Ukraine's Orange Revolution promise to tackle the country's Aids epidemic.

The Violent Heart of LA

Our World: The Violent Heart of LA

The BBC's Frank Gardner witnesses first-hand how lives are torn apart by gun crime.

Fleeing Syria

Our World: Fleeing Syria

Bombed and fired at by government troops, over a million Syrians seek refuge abroad.

Bangladesh: Out of the Rubble

Our World: Bangladesh: Out of the Rubble

After one of the world's worst industrial disasters, Yalda Hakim visits Bangladesh.

Meet the Hackers

Our World: Meet the Hackers

Susan Watts meets the Scottish teenager who acted as the PR man for a group of hackers.

Treasures of the Deep

Our World: Treasures of the Deep

David Shukman investigates signs of a global race to mine the ocean floor.

Lebanon on the Brink

Our World: Lebanon on the Brink

Nahed Abouzeid investigates a Lebanon teetering on the brink of an intra-religious war.

In Sickness and in Debt

Our World: In Sickness and in Debt

What impact are austerity measures in Greece having on the nation's health?

Australia's Adoption Shame

Our World: Australia's Adoption Shame

Duncan Kennedy looks back on the story of Australia's practice of forced adoptions.

Peres at 90

Our World: Peres at 90

Chief international correspondent Lyse Doucet meets Israeli president Shimon Peres.

Yemen - America's New Frontline

Our World: Yemen - America's New Frontline

Yalda Hakim reports from America's new front line, Yemen.

Coffee's Cruel Secret

Our World: Coffee's Cruel Secret

Chris Rogers goes undercover in Indonesia to investigate coffee production.

Indonesia: The Mercury Time Bomb

Our World: Indonesia: The Mercury Time Bomb

Linda Pressly visits Indonesia, where deadly mercury is being used to mine gold.

China's Love Hunters

Our World: China's Love Hunters

By the end of this decade 24 million Chinese men won't be able to find wives.

Tel Aviv Comes Out

Our World: Tel Aviv Comes Out

Tim Samuels explores how Tel Aviv has deliberately set out to become a gay mecca.

Russia's Frozen Assets

Our World: Russia's Frozen Assets

Daniel Sandford investigates the dash to exploit Russia's untapped wealth.

Dropping the Knife: Gambia

Our World: Dropping the Knife: Gambia

Gambian activists try to put an end to the tradition of female genital mutilation.

Dropping the Knife: Kurdistan

Our World: Dropping the Knife: Kurdistan

Shaimaa Khalil reports on the outlawing of female genital mutilation in Kurdistan.

Iran's Secret Army

Our World: Iran's Secret Army

Yalda Hakim investigates the clandestine role of Iran in Syria's civil war.

Sri Lanka's Unfinished War

Our World: Sri Lanka's Unfinished War

Our World investigates allegations of rape and torture by Sri Lankan security forces.

Colombia's Child Soldiers

Our World: Colombia's Child Soldiers

Thousands of children have been forced to fight in Colombia's 50-year conflict.

Peru's Cocaine Trail

Our World: Peru's Cocaine Trail

Sue Lloyd-Roberts follows the trail of cocaine from the Amazon jungle to Europe.

Turkey's Hidden Truths

Our World: Turkey's Hidden Truths

Selin Girit investigates why journalists in Turkey so often find themselves under attack.

Living with the Roma

Our World: Living with the Roma

Yalda Hakim investigates why the Roma are so discriminated against.

Thailand's Slave Fishermen

Our World: Thailand's Slave Fishermen

Thailand's seafood export industry continues to use trafficked and forced labour.

The Bloody Rhino Horn Trade

Our World: The Bloody Rhino Horn Trade

In Vietnam, although the trade in rhino horn is illegal, there's a thriving market.

Inside China's Steel City

Our World: Inside China's Steel City

Robert Peston gains access to one of the biggest state-owned companies in China.

Inside Bagram Prison

Our World: Inside Bagram Prison

Yalda Hakim reports on suspected Taliban insurgents in Bagram prison.

India's Invisible Women

Our World: India's Invisible Women

Rupa Jha speaks to single women across India and uncovers some uncomfortable truths.

Djibouti on the Frontline

Our World: Djibouti on the Frontline

Frank Gardner is granted rare access to the US military base in Djibouti.

A Good Man in Rwanda

Our World: A Good Man in Rwanda

The remarkable story of Rwanda's unsung hero, Captain Mbaye Diagne.

The Imam, the Archbishop and the Killers

Our World: The Imam, the Archbishop and the Killers

Two religious leaders in CAR are risking their lives to try to stop the killing.

Mugabe at 90

Our World: Mugabe at 90

On his 90th birthday, Our World asks what Robert Mugabe's legacy will be.

China's Model Army

Our World: China's Model Army

Steve Hewlett has access to the People's Liberation Army's officer training programme.

Vietnam: Children of the Enemy

Our World: Vietnam: Children of the Enemy

Two American veterans return to Saigon looking for their children.

The Man Who Fell to Earth

Our World: The Man Who Fell to Earth

Rob Walker tells the tragic story of the 'man who fell to earth'.

Venezuela's Tower of Dreams

Our World: Venezuela's Tower of Dreams

Olly Lambert meets some of the residents of an abandoned skyscraper in Venezuela.

Saving the Awa Tribe with Justin Rowlatt

Our World: Saving the Awa Tribe with Justin Rowlatt

The Awa are believed to be one of the most endangered tribes on the planet.

Saudi's Secret Uprising

Our World: Saudi's Secret Uprising

Safa Al Ahmad examines how the Shia community is reacting to a government crackdown.

Back From the Front

Our World: Back From the Front

Reporting on the dangers facing some of the planet's underwater environments.

One Man, Three Wives with Yalda Hakim

Our World: One Man, Three Wives with Yalda Hakim

Yalda Hakim travels to a traditional Maasai village.

Mount Everest - The Sherpa's Story

Our World: Mount Everest - The Sherpa's Story

Navin Singh Khadka talks to leaders trying to resolve tensions within Sherpa society.

Nigeria Undercover with Yalda Hakim

Our World: Nigeria Undercover with Yalda Hakim

Yalda Hakim has exclusive undercover footage shot in the troubled north-east of Nigeria.

Destination Syria with Catrin Nye

Our World: Destination Syria with Catrin Nye

Catrin Nye travels overland to the Syrian border with a group of British Muslims.

Down to Earth: Return to Mosul

Our World: Down to Earth: Return to Mosul

Yalda Hakim returns to northern Iraq, a region she reported from in 2013.

The Missing Migrants with Will Grant

Our World: The Missing Migrants with Will Grant

Will Grant meets a woman who identifies bodies found in the Arizona desert.

The War Widows of Afghanistan

Our World: The War Widows of Afghanistan

The untold story of the women whose husbands were killed in the fight against the Taliban.

Reclaiming Russia's Paradise with Lucy Ash

Our World: Reclaiming Russia's Paradise with Lucy Ash

Lucy Ash meets tourists and locals in Yalta, one of Crimea's busiest resorts.

The Battle for Northern Iraq - With Yalda Hakim

Our World: The Battle for Northern Iraq - With Yalda Hakim

Yalda Hakim assesses the prospects for Iraq's threatened Christian and Yazidi minorities.

Ireland's Hidden Bodies, Hidden Secrets

Our World: Ireland's Hidden Bodies, Hidden Secrets

Sue Lloyd-Roberts looks at enquiries into historical abuse in the Roman Catholic Church.

Saving Gaza's Grand Piano

Our World: Saving Gaza's Grand Piano

The restoration of Gaza's only grand piano and its celebratory playing by young musicians.

Kidnapped For A Decade

Our World: Kidnapped For A Decade

Two of the girls who were kidnapped by Ariel Castro speak out about the harrowing ordeal.

The Lusitania's 100-Year Secret

Our World: The Lusitania's 100-Year Secret

Duncan Kennedy finds out why mystery still surrounds the sinking of RMS Lusitania.

Made in China: Club Drugs

Our World: Made in China: Club Drugs

Celia Hatton travels to a place thought to be at the heart of China's ketamine production.

A Very Political Assassination

Our World: A Very Political Assassination

Richard Watson investigates the polonium trail and its alleged connection to Putin.

The Killing of Farkhunda

Our World: The Killing of Farkhunda

Zarghuna Kargar tells the story of Farkhunda, who was brutally murdered by a mob.

The Bangladesh Blogger Murders

Our World: The Bangladesh Blogger Murders

Mukul Devichand reports from Bangladesh following the murders of four atheist bloggers.

South Sudan: Shattered Dream

Our World: South Sudan: Shattered Dream

Our World's Yalda Hakim travels deep into rural South Sudan.

Pregnant and Punished in the UAE

Our World: Pregnant and Punished in the UAE

In the UAE, sex outside marriage can land you in prison. Three women tell their stories.

The Lost Daughter of Halabja

Our World: The Lost Daughter of Halabja

A woman returns to the city of Halabja after being orphaned there as a child.

Greece: No Place to Die

Our World: Greece: No Place to Die

Greece's biggest cities have run out of places to bury the dead.

Surviving Ebola

Our World: Surviving Ebola

With the Ebola outbreak over, thousands of survivors face a bleak future in Sierra Leone.

Welcome to Germany with Catrin Nye

Our World: Welcome to Germany with Catrin Nye

Catrin Nye spends three months in Gera, Germany, as new residents arrive from Syria.

The Lusitania's 100 Year Secret

Our World: The Lusitania's 100 Year Secret

Duncan Kennedy finds out why mystery still surrounds the sinking of RMS Lusitania.

A Bumpy Road to Rio? with Nikki Fox

Our World: A Bumpy Road to Rio? with Nikki Fox

Our World finds out what life is like for diabled people in Rio.

Uganda: My Mad World

Our World: Uganda: My Mad World

In Uganda, mental illness is rarely talked about. One man breaks the silence.

An American Injustice

Our World: An American Injustice

Aleem Maqbool tells the story of a prisoner jailed in America in the 1990s for murder.

Votes for Women

Our World: Votes for Women

Our World follows three women voting for the first time in Saudi Arabia.

Libya: The Hunt For The Golden Gun

Our World: Libya: The Hunt For The Golden Gun

Gabriel Gatehouse returns to Libya to find the men who seized Gaddafi's golden gun.

Return to Zanskar

Our World: 13/02/2016

Two friends revisit a remote Buddhist kingdom soon to be accessible by road.

Columbine: A Killer in the Family

Our World: Columbine: A Killer in the Family

The mother of one of the Columbine High School shooters talks to Kirsty Wark.

Thailand's Asylum Crackdown

Our World: Thailand's Asylum Crackdown

Chris Rogers goes undercover in Thailand to expose how the country treats asylum seekers.

Thailand's Asylum Crackdown

Our World: Thailand's Asylum Crackdown

Chris Rogers goes undercover in Thailand, exposing how the country treats asylum seekers.

Confronting the Cartels

Our World: Confronting the Cartels

Yalda Hakim speaks to one of Mexico's leading politicians, known as El Bronco.

Kidnapped in Mexico

Our World: Kidnapped in Mexico

A look at kidnapping in Mexico, where ordinary people are targeted as well as the wealthy.

The Penguin Watchers

Our World: The Penguin Watchers

Victoria Gill joins scientists in Antarctica.

Norway: Parents Against the State

Our World: Norway: Parents Against the State

Tim Whewell meets the people calling Norway's child protection agency dysfunctional.

Death at the Junction with Yolande Knell

Our World: Death at the Junction with Yolande Knell

Yolande Knell reports on the Gush Etzion junction.

Terror at the TV Station

Our World: Terror at the TV Station

Staff from Afghanistan's Tolo Television talk about life in a country at war.

China's Family Planning Army

Our World: China's Family Planning Army

Lucy Ash visits a project which offers support to grandparents who rear children.

Killing the Ganges

Our World: Killing the Ganges with Justin Rowlatt

A look at one of the world's dirtiest, yet most revered, rivers.

Dancing for Peace? with Natalio Cosoy

Our World: Dancing for Peace? with Natalio Cosoy

Ballet star Fernando Montano returns to Colombia to support to the peace process.

Disabled and Displaced

Our World: Disabled and Displaced

For disabled refugees, the future looks particularly difficult.

The European Dream

Our World: The European Dream

As the EU struggles to stay united, Our World asks what's happened to the European dream.

Legacy of Wounded Knee

Our World: Legacy of Wounded Knee

Nick Lazaredes reports on life at the Pine Ridge Indian reservation in South Dakota.

The Horrors of the Red House

Our World: The Horrors of the Red House

Filipina women who were raped by Japanese soldiers during WWII tell their stories.

Life on the Rubbish Dump

Our World: Life on the Rubbish Dump

Namak Khoshnaw meets refugees in Iraq who must scavenge in a rubbish dump to survive.

A Symphony for Syria

Our World: A Symphony for Syria

The story of a group of musicians who fled Damascus after Syria's civil war broke out.

Iran's Nuclear Deal

Our World: Iran's Nuclear Deal

BBC journalism at its best with programmes that expose and evaluate global topics.

Ghana's Child Labourers

Our World: Ghana's Child Labourers

How tens of thousands of children in Ghana have been trafficked into forced labour.

Going Hungry in Venezuela

Our World: Going Hungry in Venezuela

Vladimir Hernandez returns home to oil-rich Venezuela to meet those struggling to survive.

Russia: Crushing Dissent

Our World: Russia: Crushing Dissent

Our World speaks to people caught up in the 2012 Russian political protests.

Afrikaners on the Edge

Our World: Afrikaners on the Edge

Benjamin Zand meets Afrikaners who fear for their future in the Rainbow Nation.

Starving Yemen

Our World: Starving Yemen

The silent killer in Yemen's ongoing conflict is starvation. Nawal Al-Maghafi reports.

The Philippine Drug War

Our World: The Philippine Drug War

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has launched a brutal crackdown on drug crime

Sweden: Exporting Islamic Extremism

Our World: Sweden: Exporting Islamic Extremism

Yalda Hakim travels to Sweden to discover why so many young people are attracted by ISIS.

The Killing of Qandeel

Our World: The Killing of Qandeel

Exploration of the life and death of Qandeel Baloch, Pakistan's first social media star.

The Poisoning of Flint

Our World: The Poisoning of Flint

Our World meets residents of Flint, Michigan, who have a contaminated water supply.

American Addiction

Our World: American Addiction

Ian Pannell has followed a number of drug addicts as they try to kick the habit.

Cleansing Turkey

Our World: Cleansing Turkey

Tim Whewell reports on the aftermath of the attempted military coup in Turkey in July 2016

Living Goddesses

Our World: Living Goddesses

Sahar Zand travels to Nepal to catch a glimpse of young girls who live as goddesses.

The Forgotten Shipwreck

Our World: The Forgotten Shipwreck

A report into the boat that sank in April 2016 with more than 500 migrants on board.

The Funeral Bombing

Our World: The Funeral Bombing

Nawal al-Maghafi investigates the Saudi-led coalition campaign in Yemen.

The Year the World Changed

Our World: The Year the World Changed

Allan Little examines the forces behind the momentous events of the last year.

The Penguin Watchers

Our World: The Penguin Watchers

Victoria Gill joins scientists in Antarctica.

Disabled and Displaced

Our World: Disabled and Displaced

For disabled refugees, the future looks particularly difficult.

Killing the Ganges with Justin Rowlatt

Our World: Killing the Ganges with Justin Rowlatt

A look at one of the world's dirtiest, yet most revered, rivers.

The Philippine Drug War

Our World: The Philippine Drug War

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has launched a brutal crackdown on drug crime

Black in Trump's America

Our World: Black in Trump's America

How much of a difference did Obama's presidency make to the lives of African-Americans?

The Chimp Smugglers

Our World: The Chimp Smugglers

Investigation into how criminals are flouting the law to trade in this endangered species.

Killing for Conservation

Our World: Killing for Conservation

Have the animal conservation gains in Assam's Kaziranga National Park come at a cost?

Nuclear Test Survivors

Our World: Nuclear Test Survivors

Our World has been to Kazakhstan to meet an extraordinary survivor.

Killing for Honour

Our World: Killing for Honour

Namak Khoshnaw tells the story of Sunwr Omar, whose father is accused of her killing.

Cambodia: The Power of Memory

Our World: Cambodia: The Power of Memory

Yalda Hakim visits Cambodia to meet Angelina Jolie.

Freedom and Fear in Myanmar

Our World: Freedom and Fear in Myanmar

Jonah Fisher investigates allegations of mass murder among Myanmar's Rohingya minority.

Return to Mosul

Our World: Return to Mosul

BBC journalist Basheer Al-Zaidi on the battle for Mosul, the Iraqi city he grew up in.

Living With The Dead

Our World: Living With The Dead

The dead are a constant presence in the Toraja area of Sulawesi in Indonesia.

Banished for Bleeding

Our World: Banished for Bleeding

The girls and women who want the centuries-old taboos around menstruation to end.

Srebrenica: Denying Genocide

Our World: Srebrenica: Denying Genocide

A report from the town where Europe's worst atrocity since the Second World War took place

Transgender Family

Our World: Transgender Family

A report from Ecuador where a transgender couple became an international news sensation.

My Child, ECT and Me

Our World: My Child, ECT and Me

Reporting on the growing number of American children undergoing electroconvulsive therapy.

The Sex Slaves of Al Shabaab

Our World: The Sex Slaves of Al Shabaab

The Kenyan women being trafficked as sex slaves by Islamist militants in Somalia.

Syria - Football on the Front Line

Our World: Syria - Football on the Front Line

Richard Conway spends time with Syria's national football team.

Homeless in Hawaii

Our World: Homeless in Hawaii

Hawaii is known for beaches, but it also has the highest rate of homelessness in the US.

Goodbye Aleppo

Our World: Goodbye Aleppo

In this remarkable film, four citizen journalists documented their last days in Aleppo.

Murder on Campus

Our World: Murder on Campus

A look at the aftermath of the murder of a student in Pakistan accused of blasphemy.

Sicily Overwhelmed with Yalda Hakim

Our World: Sicily Overwhelmed with Yalda Hakim

Sicily is on the frontline of Italy's escalating migrant crisis. Yalda Hakim reports.

Praying for Asylum

Our World: Praying for Asylum

A look at the thousands of Iranian refugees across Europe converting to Christianity.

The Battle for Raqqa

Our World: The Battle for Raqqa

In the Syrian city of Raqqa, the group that calls itself 'Islamic State' is under siege.

Resistance and Repression in Venezuela

Our World: Resistance and Repression in Venezuela

Vladimir Hernandez reports from Caracas on the daily protests against the government.

China's New Silk Road

Our World: China's New Silk Road

Carrie Gracie travels from the east of China to the west of Europe.

Life Under The Caliphate

Our World: Life Under The Caliphate

Yalda Hakim has been to Mosul to meet survivors of three years of brutal rule under ISIS.

Madagascar's Sapphire Rush

Our World: Madagascar's Sapphire Rush

Thousands of Madagascar's poor are illegally mining for sapphires in the country's forests

In the Shadow of El Che

Our World: In the Shadow of El Che

What has Che Guevara's legacy been in Cuba? Will Grant reports from Havana.

Songbirds for Sale

Our World: Songbirds for Sale

The songbird trade in Indonesia is threatening dozens of protected species with extinction

The Forgotten Children of Ukraine

Our World: The Forgotten Children of Ukraine

The 30,000+ children with disabilities living in state-run institutions in Ukraine.

Escaping Isis

Our World: Escaping Isis

As they retreat from northern Iraq, Isis has left thousands of women and children behind.

Rebuilding Puerto Rico

Our World: Rebuilding Puerto Rico

Two months ago, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Why is the recovery so slow?

The Butcher of Bosnia

Our World: The Butcher of Bosnia

An international court is to deliver its verdict on the genocide case against Ratko Mladic

The Massacre at Tula Toli

Our World: The Massacre at Tula Toli?

Gabriel Gatehouse visits a refugee camp for Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh.

Why Can't My Child Speak?

Our World: Why Can't My Child Speak?

Profiling an intensive-therapy camp for children living with selective mutism.

The Return

Our World: The Return

Kati Pohler returns to China to meet her birth parents.

Srebrenica: Denying Genocide

Our World: Srebrenica: Denying Genocide

Why do some local politicians refuse to accept that genocide took place in Srebrenica?

Ukraine's Frontline Bakery

Our World: Ukraine's Frontline Bakery

A new bakery in Marinka brings some comfort and sustenance to war-weary locals.

China's Chat Girls

Our World: China's Chat Girls

Lele Tao is an internet superstar in China's $3 billion 'live streaming' industry.

Russia's Ghost Towns

Our World: Russia's Ghost Towns

The government now has a plan to save at least some of Russia's dying towns.

France's Stolen Children

Our World: France's Stolen Children

Katie Razzall travels to Reunion with two women searching for their families.

The Trauma of War

Our World: The Trauma of War

How has war in Afghanistan affected the mental health of its people? Sahar Zand reports.

"We Lived Through A War." Compton, LA

Our World: "We Lived Through A War." Compton, LA

Gangs are still a fact of life in Compton but homicide and gun violence have fallen.

Crushing Dissent in Egypt

Our World: Crushing Dissent in Egypt

A look at the presidential election and alleged human rights violations in Egypt.

Russia's 'Fake' Election

Our World: Russia's 'Fake' Election

Ksenia Sobchak is challenging Vladimir Putin for the Russian presidency. Is she for real?

Working for the Enemy

Our World: Working for the Enemy

Murad Batal Shishani finds out why some Palestinians choose to collaborate with Israel.