Outlook: My new face; dancing lambada; poisonous frogs.07/26/14
The American woman who had a face transplant after her husband attacked her with industrial chemicals; the Brazilian fisherman who became an internationally acclaimed lambada dancer; the British zoologist with a passion for poisonous frogs; woman who...
Outlook: Iraqi Priest: We Live in Fear
Iraqi priest leading an Anglican congregation in Baghdad; Inside the Tower of David skyscraper in Caracas; Palestinian-Syrian singer whose music has been inspired by conflict; Pakistani man standing up for women and facing death threats for his work;...
Outlook: Fighting for gay asylum seekers
An award-winning barrister who defends gay asylum seekers; what does a world-class ballet dancer do when it's time to retire; Charlie Phillips and his iconic photos; the Italian woman who learned to ride a bike again after a car accident - by...
Outlook: My Face Transplant Transformation
An American woman who had a face transplant after her husband attacked her with industrial chemicals; we travel to a desert island off the coast of Estonia to meet one of the country's most popular singers; and we hear from a British zoologist with a...
Outlook: Undercover with Afghan Tribesmen
The American soldier who went undercover with Afghan tribes and his journalist wife who risked her life to live alongside him; the fisherman who became an internationally acclaimed lambada dancer; an ex-cult member shares her story of creating her new...
Weekend Outlook:Shipwreck, jail, inferno and comedy
The exile who faced execution in Iran and his wife who fought to free him; Matt Lewis on surviving arctic shipwreck; actress Nadia Manzoor on the show telling the story of her life; an Australian ultra-marathon runner caught in a devastating bush fire.
Outlook: My time on Iran's death row
The exile who faced execution in Iran and his wife who fought to get him released; a traditional snake charmer from Bangladesh; poet and human rights activist Carolyn Forché.
Outlook: "Father" to 15 migrant children
How an Eritrean refugee posed as the husband of 15 women to help them give birth; a Brazilian sculptor who turns whale bones into art; an Australian ultra-marathon runner caught in a devastating bush fire; and an Iranian teacher on the challenge of...
Outlook: Surviving Antarctic Shipwreck
Matt Lewis on surviving shipwreck; Nilofar Elhami on her boyfriend's journey to Iran on her behalf; Massimo Sestini on his iconic pictures of migrants; Richard Linklater on the story behind Boyhood.
Outlook: Justice for my daughter's murder
Jorge Velasquez seeks justice for his daughter's murder; actress Nadia Manzoor on the show telling the story of her life; Vikie Shanks on how she raised seven disabled children on her own; Kiribati weightlifter David Katoatau on his favourite song,...
Outlook Weekend:Campaigners, lost voices, and song
Meron Estefanos, broadcasting voices of Eritrean hostages; Charlie Waite on photographing Libya; Canadian Indian ghazal singer Kiran Ahluwalia; Emma O'Reilly blew the whistle on Lance Armstrong; Indian street children's newspaper Balak Nama.
Outlook: Giving A Voice to Kidnapped Eritreans
Meron Estefanos, broadcasting voices of Eritrean hostages; Ben Sansum, living in the 1940s; Italian drag queen Davide Cordova; Iranian opera singer Shiva Soroush.
Outlook: Battling Ebola in Guinea
Ebola doctor William Fischer; Canadian Indian ghazal singer Kiran Ahluwalia; Indian nun in South Sudan, Sister Gracy.
Outlook: I Exposed Drugs Cheat Lance Armstrong
Emma O'Reilly on blowing the whistle on cycling's doping culture; Cameroonian doctor George Bwelle; 7/7 survivor Sajda Mughal; Cori Wegener on saving the world's art from war and disaster.
Outlook: From Kurdish Child Bride to Mayor
Kurdish mayor Berivan Kilic; St Vincent and Grenadines writer Philip Nanton; Indian street children's newspaper Balak Nama; Charlie Waite on photographing Libya; and Guinean singer Sia Tolno.
Outlook: Robb Leech, Alfred & Jakobine, Zelda
Why my brother wanted to join the Taliban; the reluctant Indian prince who prefers to be known for his music; Mandela's personal assistant Zelda La Grange; and a sentimental journey in a 1930s taxi.
Outlook: I'm Fargo's Blind Gunslinger
Fargo's blind gunslinger; the Indian film maker Nagesh Kukunoor; and Louis Sarno with the Bayaka tribe in the Congo basin
Outlook: My Brother Wanted To Join The Taliban
Why my brother wanted to join the Taliban; Brazilian singer Maria Rita Camargo Mariano; the National Geographic photographer who survived an avalanche; and two friends from Spain who share a love of birds and have set up their own research centre.
Outlook: Don't turn off my life support machine
Surviving locked in syndrome; The reluctant Indian prince who prefers to be known for his music; A round-the-world adventure in a 1930's taxi.
Outlook: Zelda La Grange - Mandela and Me
My life with Mandela: Zelda La Grange; the Ukrainian refugee living in the former president's palace; and Nepali music from Kutumba.
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