Outlook: Family Secret of Nobel Prize Winner
Sir Paul Nurse, the prize-wining geneticist who discovered a secret in his own genetics
Family Secret of Nobel Prize Winner
Sir Paul Nurse is one of Britain's best known scientists. He's a geneticist and president of the Royal Society. In 2001, he won a Nobel prize for his discoveries about how cells divide and multiply, but in 2007 he made a shocking discovery about his...
Outlook: Outlook Weekend: Pick of the Week
Australia's first woman Prime Minister; Brazilian skateboarder; UK poet Christopher Reid
Outlook: Canada's Abused Children
Justice Murray Sinclair speaks up for Canada's abused indigenous children
Outlook: Julia Gillard: Standing Up To Sexism
The shy schoolgirl who became Australia's first woman Prime Minister.
Outlook: The Afghan MP who Ran Against her Husband and Won
Shukria Barakzai is a politician and women's rights campaigner in Afghanistan
Outlook: Chen Guangcheng; Trevor Noah; Basma Hameed
China's blind barefoot lawyer; the Hip Hop Hijabis; comedian Trevor Noah; scar entrepreneur Basma Hameed; Japanese didgeridoo maestro
Outlook: From Bus Driver to Ambassador
Abel Guterres - from bus driver to Ambassador; Russell Crowe - actor and director; Sandy Martin - Australian sheep farmer; Adharanand Finn - British running obsessive.
Outlook: Bringing deaf culture to the hearing
Louise Stern - deaf author bringing deaf culture to the hearing; Louis Theroux - British documentary film maker; Goma - Japanese didgeridoo player; Phiona Mutesi - Ugandan chess champion
Outlook: Leading Femen: The Topless Protesters
Femen leader Inna Shevchenko; UK-based Afghan boxer Ajmal Faizy; Estonian fashion designer Liina Viira.
Outlook: Chong Kim: sold for sex in the USA
On Outlook we hear from Korean American woman Chong Kim who was sold into the sex trade when she was 18 by the man she thought was her boyfriend. She now helps police to track down human traffickers. Also on the programme, we go riding with the child...
United in grief: "Our sons both died in Afghanistan."
Jenny Birdsall and Angela Horn are two mothers united by grief. Their sons Steven and Tom were at school together and joined the British military at about the same time. Both men were killed in Afghanistan within three weeks of each other - their...
Highlights from Outlook in 2011.
Over the past year we've heard from many inspirational and fascinating people. Today, presenter Matthew Bannister has picked out some of those that he has found most memorable.
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