Outlook: They Call Me 'The God Of Sight'09/01/14
Sanduk Ruit, the Nepali surgeon restoring sight to thousands; Adrain Chesser, the American photographer who snapped his friends' reactions to his AIDS diagnosis; AJ Gogia, the New York cab driver who's helping his fellow migrants break into the taxi...
Weekend Outlook: Wrongly Jailed, Skating Cop and Snakes
Michael Morton-wrongly convicted of murdering his wife and sentenced to life in a US prison; Indian snake rescuer Gowri Shankar; Azeri journalist Sevinj Osmanqizi spent years investigating her dad's death after his helicopter was shot down in 1991;...
Outlook: Pregnant Woman Who Swam To Hospital
The heavily pregnant Indian woman who braved a monsoon-swollen river to reach a hospital; Helen Macdonald on how training a goshawk helped her to deal with her father's death; Wisconsin's skateboarding cop; and Ben Fong-Torres, legendary Rolling Stone...
Outlook: My Father's Helicopter Was Shot Down
Azeri journalist Sevinj Osmanqizi who's spent years investigating her dad's death after his helicopter was shot down in 1991; best seller Chinese author Jung Chang; Bruce Campbell, the American man who has built a home out of a decommissioned plane;...
Outlook: Helping disabled people in Bangladesh
Valerie Taylor, who's devoted her life to helping paralysed people in Bangladesh; Tas Pappas, the skateboarding world champion who ended up in prison but has now turned his life around; Julio de Almeida, the former Brazilian convict who's served his...
Outlook: "The innocent man"
Michael Morton- wrongly convicted of murdering his wife and sentenced to life in a US prison; Norwegian writer Tore Renberg; the 85-year-old mountain runner
Outlook: Mending minds, statues and trombones
Mending minds in Afghanistan; artist Alison Lapper famous for her Trafalgar Square statue; the young woman from El Salvador jailed for a miscarriage; and New Orleans jazz musician Trombone Shorty.
Outlook: Undercover In Saudi Arabia
Saudi undercover reporter Safa Al Ahmad; Ugandan entrepreneur Daniel Okalany; Mysore's woman taxi-driver Selvi; translating for immigrant children in the United States; and army reservist turned novelist K.T. Medina.
Outlook: My Body Made Me Famous
Artist Alison Lapper, famous for her Trafalgar Square statue; Turkish mayor Leyla Imret; and African-American soprano Jessye Norman.
Outlook: I Was Psychiatrist To The Taliban
Mending minds in Afghanistan; the Ukrainian writer who watched as mass protests unfolded on his doorstep; actors with learning disabilities discuss the fun and challenges of being on set; Estonian sculptor Simson von Seakyll on how war influences art.
Outlook: I Was Jailed For Losing My Unborn Baby
The young woman from El Salvador who says she miscarried her baby at seven months - but was sentenced to thirty years in jail for aggravated homicide; the self-styled "Lord of Scents" who's made his fortune selling perfume in the Philippines; New...
Weekend Outlook: Love from hate, Writer, Kenya romance
A friendship across racial divides in South Africa; the former child worker from Bangladesh who's become a leading advocate on labour rights; the interracial couple causing a stir in Kenya; writing a novel on a mobile phone
Outlook: Nepal 'Orphan': My Two Families
The Nepalese girl who was adopted even though she was not an orphan; the 80-year-old stand-up comedian; growing up in a funeral parlour; the man who looks after Big Ben
Outlook: An unlikely friendship across apartheid
A friendship across racial divides in South Africa; The man who wrote a book about surviving the Pamplona bull run, but was then gored by a bull himself, the former child worker from Bangladesh who's become a leading advocate on labour rights; Liz...
Outlook: Gulalai Ismail: Speaking out at a cost
Pakistani Gulalai Ismail, whose campaigning for equality and peace has brought her death threats; performance artist Vickie Tanner who found a way to escape her gangland neighbourhood in California through theatre; the interracial couple causing a...
Outlook: Fighting for gay rights in India
Fighting for gay rights in India; the Spanish filmmaker who's made an animated film inspired by his children; Romain Puértolas, the French novelist with an extraordinary life; Catherine King, the sign language interpreter who translates comedy...
Outlook: Ebola, Violinist, Typhoon Doctor
The man from Guinea who survived Ebola; Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti; the doctor who gave a proper burial to those killed by Typhoon Haiyan; Tindy Agaba, a former child soldier from Rwanda adopted by actors Emma Thompson and Greg Wise.
Outlook: Ex-child soldier adopted by film stars
Tindy Agaba is a former child soldier from Rwanda who was eventually adopted by actors Emma Thompson and Greg Wise. Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti shot to fame ten years ago when she won a music competition at the age of 16, and is now acclaimed...
Outlook: I Survived the Ebola Virus
The man from Guinea who survived Ebola; one of the longest held American prisoners of the Vietnam war; the first violinist of the South African Odeion string quartet; the doctor who made it his mission to give a proper burial to those killed by...
Outlook: Ex-Nun who ran Sierra Leone Elections
The nun who ended up as Sierra Leone's Education Minister; the Chinese composer who wrote the music for the Beijing Olympics, and the British cave explorer Andrew Eavis who's said to have discovered more territory on earth than any one else alive -...
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