Outlook: Wrestler, Nepal, Egypt's 'Ideal Mum'05/03/15
Wrestler Hakeem Wakur, Nepal survivor, the prize-winning Egyptian mother living as a man
Outlook Weekend: Wrestler, Nepal, Egypt's 'Ideal Mum'
Journalist Bhrikuti Rai's experience of the Nepal earthquake; the Chinese-American turning rejection into self-help therapy, Arab-Israeli dentist-turned-wrestler Hakeem Wakur; the Egyptian woman who spent over 40 years dressing as a man and won a...
Outlook: The Moment the Earthquake Hit my Home
Nepali journalist Bhrikuti Rai gives her account of the earthquake in Nepal
Outlook: Devastated buildings in Kathmandu
Bhrikuti Rai gives her account of the earthquake in Nepal; Forty years after the end of the Vietnam War we hear from Anne Morrison whose husband was an American anti-war activist; Alexis Wright is an Aboriginal land rights campaigner in Australia who...
Outlook: Carrying Farkhunda's Coffin
Frozan Marofi, who carried Farkhunda's coffin, the young woman beaten to death by a mob.
Outlook: Carrying Farkhunda's Coffin
The Afghan women who carried Farkhunda's coffin, the women beaten to death by a mob; the UK couple who share their home with birds; the Chinese entrepreneur who seeks out rejection; the best selling Irish author Marian Keyes.
Outlook: The Photographer Capturing Images of Migrants for...
Following the stories of migrants trying to reach Europe by sea.
Outlook: The Photographer Capturing Images of Migrants
Photographer Juan Medina following the stories of migrants trying to reach Europe by sea; the opera singer with such a bad sense of direction she gets lost on her way to stage; the Egyptian woman who disguised herself as a man for 40 years to support...
Outlook: Boston's 3ft 9in Marathon Runner
After the bombs, woman with dwarfism returns to Boston marathon to finish the race
Outlook: Boston's 3'9" Marathon Runner
After the bombs, woman with dwarfism returns to Boston marathon to finish the race; the healing powers of the harmonica; and remembering the Armenian massacres 100 years on.
Outlook: Race Horse, Amazon tribe, Egypt prison
The Welsh barmaid who broke into the world of horse racing; the Amazonian man running the London Marathon; a letter from a photo-journalist being held without trial in an Egyptian prison
Outlook: Burying Chile's Abandoned Babies
Bernarda Gallardo - Burying Chile's abandoned babies; Mike Bonanno - American political activist who performs outrageous stunts; Anna Lyndsey - British woman forced to live in the dark; Khadija Al-Salami - Yemeni film maker.
Outlook: Locked up for taking photos in Cairo
Shawkan - Egyptian photojournalist imprisoned without trial; disabled Austrian dancer Tanja Erhart; Joan Williams riding California's Rose Parade 57 years late; whistling Brit David Morris.
Outlook: Priest Saving Christians from ISIS
Father Douglas Al-Bazi, a Catholic priest in Iraq helping victims of ISIS; celebrated British satirical cartoonist, Gerald Scarfe; Jan Vokes, the Welsh barmaid who bred a winning race horse against the odds; the writer Alexandra Fuller talks about...
Water Man, Selfie stick, Overcoming Disability
The men who became each other's eyes and hands, the Chilean tenor who sung his way out of poverty, an early version of the selfie stick, farming buffalo in the snow, the Water man of India
Outlook: 'I am his eyes and he is my hands'
Two Chinese men - one blind and the other without arms - on their partnership to plant 10,000 trees; Irish travel writer Dervla Murphy; Anoyara Khatun and her child army against trafficking in India; musician Benjamin Clementine who started his career...
Outlook: Justice for Abused Maid in Hong Kong
Indonesian maid in Hong Kong sees abusive employer jailed; Afro Pop band Mango Groove; Noa Mintz, 15 year old tycoon from New York; Hiroshi Ueda and his early version of the selfie stick.
Outlook: The Water Man of Rajasthan
Rajendra Singh: Helping rivers flow again in Rajasthan; Gerald Weaver: Novelist who had a glittering political career before a scandal put him in jail; Mary Portas: Britain's 'Queen of Shops'; Trey Lewis: Buffalo farmer in Maryland.
Outlook: Congolese soldier and US photographer
Michael Christopher Brown: the US photographer who befriended a Congolese soldier; Miguel Angel Pellao: The tenor from Chile who sung his way out of poverty; Hugo Lucitante: Fighting to save his ancestral homeland in Ecuador.
Outlook: My Nazi grandfather would have killed me
Jennifer Teege, the woman who discovered her grandfather was a Nazi war criminal; Khaled Al Saai, the Syrian calligrapher who fled into exile - his graphic art now reflects the destruction of his homeland; and Brian Robson, the man who nearly died...
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