Crossing Continents: 'Police State' Portugal04/27/15
Does Portugal have a problem with police brutality and racism?
CC: ‘Police State' Portugal - 23 April 2015
Does Portugal have a problem with police brutality and racism? The residents of Cova da Moura, a largely immigrant community, believe that it does. (Warning: contains strong language)
CC: Who's Afraid of Teatr Doc? 16 Apr 2015
Teatr Doc is widely praised for its hard-hitting plays about contemporary Russia. Lucy Ash finds that for the country's most controversial theatre company, the show must go on.
CC: The Bizarre Workings of St Louis County Missouri - 9...
Claire Bolderson reports on the tiny independent cities that make up St Louis County and how they stand accused of fuelling community tensions.
CC: Escaping Tanzania's 'cutting season' 2 Apr
The story of a Tanzanian safe house, a place where girls find refuge from female genital mutilation - a bloody and life-threatening rite of passage.
CC: Saving Gaza's Grand Piano - 26 Mar 2015
Tim Whewell tells the story of how Gaza's only grand piano is being restored and of how music - for so long played behind closed doors - is being re-introduced to school children.
CC: Greece - The Rubber Glove Rebellion
The protest by cleaners, laid off from tax offices and the Greek Finance Ministry, which has captured the imagination of those opposed to the country's harsh austerity programme.
CC: Should comics be crimes? 8 Jan 2015
James Fletcher travels to Japan to find out why they decided earlier this year not to ban graphic cartoons depicting children in sexual situations.
CC: Colombia: Where the Truth Lies Buried - 1 Jan 2015
In Medellin there's a huge dump. Locals say it's where the truth is buried - they're talking about victims killed in the armed conflict. Now there are moves to excavate it.
CC: Abdi and the Golden Ticket - 29 Dec 2014
Crossing Continents follows Abdi Nor, a winner of the annual US green card lottery, as he attempts to escape from a life of poverty in Kenya and realise the American dream.
CC: The Knights of New Russia - 18 Dec 2014
Tim Whewell gains rare access to the shadowy world of Russia's radical nationalists fighting in eastern Ukraine for Novorossiya, or New Russia, and a dream of empires past.
CC: The Washington Redskins 11 Dec 2014
Mike Wendling explores the controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins. It's one of the most popular American football teams but many Native Americans say the name is racist.
CC: Yemen's Swap Marriages - 4 Dec 2014
Mai Noman returns to her native Yemen and meets two women who have loved and lost because of a traditional practice allowing men to marry - and divorce - each other's sisters.
CC: Searching for Annie in Liberia - 27 Nov 2014
Gabriel Gatehouse and his team go in search of Annie and along the way meet the medics and families on the front line of the Ebola crisis.
CC: Hunting The Taliban - 20 Nov 2014
Mobeen Azhar is in Karachi, Pakistan’s biggest city, where police are fighting an increasingly desperate war against the Taliban. Every day an officer is killed in the struggle.
CC: Ivory Coast's School for Husbands - 18 Sept 2014
In Ivory Coast, men are going back to the classroom. It's an innovative project dubbed the 'school for husbands' - and designed to save the lives of mothers and children.
CC: Thailand's Slave Fishermen - 11 Sept 2014
Becky Palmstrom investigates allegations of modern day slavery on Thailand's fishing boats
CC: A Song for Spanish Miners - 4 Sept 2014
Natalio Cosoy meets the miners of northern Spain who sing to their patron saint, Santa Bárbara Bendita. As the industry declines, can they save their culture and communities?
CC: Guatemala’s Addicts Behind Bars - 28 Aug 2014
How effective are the drug rehabilitation centres run by Guatemala's Pentecostal churches?
CC: Goodbye Ireland; Goodbye Gaelic Football - 21 August...
As more young people leave Ireland, Gaelic Football is losing its lifeblood. John Murphy reports on the struggle to keep alive the game that is at the heart of Irish identity.
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