Coastal erosion is washing away a football field of land every hour. Meet one community facing the reality of losing their past and their future.
The Documentary: 3D Bioprinting: The Future of 3D Printing
Could recent developments in 3D printing benefit the natural world?
The Documentary: Lost Children of the Holocaust
The search for a group of child holocaust-survivors
The Future of 3D Printing
Could recent developments in 3D printing benefit the natural world or bring extinct species back to life?
The Documentary: The Naked Diplomat: Tom Fletcher - The...
Britain's mould-breaking ambassador to Lebanon, Tom Fletcher.
Tom Fletcher - the 'Naked Diplomat'
Britain’s mould-breaking ambassador to Lebanon, Tom Fletcher. Appointed at only 36 at the height of the Arab uprisings in 2011, Fletcher calls himself the ‘Naked Diplomat’ – a title that suggests a new brand of 21st-century statecraft: flexible,...
The Documentary: The Bin Laden Tapes
Exploring the audio archive found in Osama Bin Laden's compound in Afghanistan.
A Mediterranean Rescue
Gabriel Gatehouse follows the journeys of two African migrants, from their dramatic rescue in the Mediterranean, to their attempts to find a new home in Europe.
Snow White and the Seven Signs of Ageing
Snow White is one of the darkest fairytales in the canon – a story of witchcraft, cannibalism and murderous rage. It describes the fury of an ageing woman, who looks into her mirror to discover her beauty has been surpassed. Writer Cathy FitzGerald...
The Search for Tiny Libraries in New Zealand
The tiny libraries dotting the New Zealand countryside providing books for local readers
The Cook, the Carpenter and the Migrants
The ordinary Italians coping with the Mediterranean migrant crisis
The President Obama Interview
President Obama talks about his hopes for US-Africa relations, his concerns about Britain leaving the EU and frustrations over US gun laws.
South Africa Unplugged
South Africa is suffering rolling blackouts that are expected to continue for years. Neal Razzell reports on a crisis that some fear could threaten the country’s very stability.
Salt and its Diverse History - Part Two
Steph McGovern turns her attention to salt's role in our diet. She begins in Wales at the Halen Mon sea salt company, learning how they produce their salt from the waters of the Menai Straits, then moves on to learn more about the wide variety of...
Company v Country
The strangely-named investor state dispute settlement (ISDS) system is built into thousands of treaties between countries around the world. It is a key part of negotiations for a new trade and investment treaty between the US and the EU. Michael...
Saving India’s Parsis
India’s Parsi population is in steep decline. Now the government’s funding fertility treatment and advocacy to encourage the community to make more Parsi babies.
Salt and its Diverse History - Part One
Steph McGovern sets out to explain the role of Salt in our history. She hears how it has taken root in our language, visits a chemistry class to find out about how it is produced and its importance to our physical well being. She talks to history...
A Portait of Horace Parlan
In 1931, during the Depression, an unknown young black woman took her new-born son to a Pittsburgh orphanage. And so began jazz pianist Horace Parlan´s life. At the age of five, he was struck by polio and lost the use of three fingers on his right...
MH17 – A Sister’s Story
In Ukraine, whilst she reported on MH17, a miner gave the ID of a passenger to Natalia Antelava. A year on, she meets the passenger’s sister, and tries to find the miner.
My Pakistani Jazz Orchestra
Izzat Majeed could have retired quietly, but instead he formed the Sachal Jazz Ensemble.
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