Gabriel Gatehouse has been to a refugee camp in Bangladesh to hear from survivors of a massacre in the village of Tula Toli in Myanmar. This film contains harrowing testimony.
Selective mutism is a condition which deprives some children of the ability to speak at will. Our World hears from parents, and children, about living with the condition.
Mosul: Living with Islamic State. Iraq's second city is closed to the outside world and controlled by its new rulers. With exclusive, secretly filmed footage of life in Mosul, Yalda Hakim tells the story a city run by Islamic State.
Life in India for single women can be tough. Rupa Jha meets single women across the country who are single and she uncovers some uncomfortable truths.
Featuring news on issues around the world. It's been nearly a year since Saudi troops rolled into Bahrain to help crush a pro-democracy uprising.
As America grapples with a deepening recession, white-collar workers are now losing their homes in increasing numbers. Paul Mason travels the country down the same road as John Steinbeck's migrants in The Grapes of Wrath. Visiting homeless shelters along the way, he unexpectedly finds a growing number of middle-class people who have ended up on the street.
Laura Trevelyan meets three New Yorkers all affected in different ways by 9/11. Their minute-by-minute recollections of that azure-blue morning convey the chaos and confusion which engulfed Manhattan as the twin towers were hit by hijacked planes.
Featuring news on issues around the world. David Shukman visits Manhattan to discover how thousands of people have become seriously ill from toxic dust after 9/11.
Through interviews with relatives, biographers and politicians, James Reynolds profiles Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader. Who is this man? And how has he consolidated Iran's Islamic Revolution?
Sue Lloyd-Roberts travels undercover through Syria to the capital Damascus to find out what is really going on under Bashar al-Assad's rule.
Richard Wilson travels to the West Antarctic ice shelf to see the work of the British scientists who are investigating changes to the shape of the ice - and the possible consequences for our world.
As the world celebrates the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth, David Shukman retraces his footsteps on the Galapagos Islands that are now threatened by tourism.
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