WorldLink: Keeping it in the family07/19/14
On this week's show: Fear and trepidation in Israel and Gaza as the conflict intensifies. We ask whither Iraq's future? And the woman who has worn purple every day since 2012. Also: Keeping it in the family, from the man in Waziristan who is searching...
WorldLink: Extraordinary women
How Israelis feel about the prospect of another Gaza war, a voice of unity for asylum seekers in Australia and Brazil's football woes. Plus, we meet some extraordinary women, from a mayor in Turkey to a solo sailor.
WorldLink: Leading crusades
Tensions in Israel after the murders of four teenagers, protestors holding out for Nigeria's missing girls and relatives of South Korean ferry victims struggle for justice. Also, the Catholic church's crime fighters.
WorldLink: Locked up
Mixed reactions in Egypt as three journalists begin jail sentences, the struggles of Turkey's LGBT community and the story of a man who was wrongly imprisoned for 15 years. Also, the uncensored horrors of war.
WorldLink: Escaping to a safer place
Kirkuk, a safe haven in Iraq; retracing an asylum seeker's journey to Britain. Escaping honor killing in Pakistan. Mostar's divided loyalties during the World Cup. Escaping death in Cameroon, and can Turkey control domestic violence?
We join the exodus of Iraqi refugees, look back on the life of a murdered Russian journalist and meet an Afghan woman fighting for equal rights. Also, why an MH370 passenger's partner is fundraising for a whistleblower.
WorldLink: All eyes on you
A Briton determined to champion the EU despite growing euro skepticism, defying the terror of Boko Haram, and a young Syrian takes control of his future. Plus, France's D-Day sacrifice, and what it's like to be spied on.
WorldLink: Fighting on
We get to know the man behind the Thai military junta, we visit Syrian refugees going to the polls in Jordan and we meet a witness of the Tiananmen Square massacre, 25 years on. Plus, we accompany Tony Brown as he tries to stop big business from...
WorldLink: Generation gap
Relatives of the Soma mine victims are angry with the authorities, Vietnamese protesters stand up against China, and taking stock ahead of Ukraine's elections. Plus a controversial project to start a human zoo in Norway.
WorldLink: Making a living
A woman who endured torture then encountered her abusers in the corridors of power, and the desperation of parents who've lost their children to extremists. Plus, stories from around the globe about making a living.
WorldLink: Anger and apathy
Fury in Nigeria over the failure to rescue abducted girls, why a Syrian refugee keeps reliving the massacre which almost killed him, and voter apathy for young South Africans. Also, daily life in North Korea's capital.
WorldLink: Hopes and dreams
Is justice dying in Egypt? A brighter future for South Africa? Syrian families dream of homes they have lost and Chilean families camp outside their quake damaged ones. And, changing society through education in Pakistan.
WorldLink: Connections and contradictions
An insight into daily life in eastern Ukraine, Jewish settlers return to a Hebron house and South Korea struggles to come to terms with one of its worst maritime disasters. Also, a black family in one of South Africa's formerly 'whites only' suburbs.
WorldLink: Scars and sanctuaries
Why a Bangladeshi blogger will use words, not weapons to fight the extremists who almost killed him, an insight into living under the threat of Boko Haram in Nigeria and Boston bombing survivors one year on.
WorldLink: Changing their societies
The Ukrainian singer whose words became a dirge for those killed in protests and how Greek families are getting by after years without a paycheck. Also, India's nonagenarian sexual educator.
WorldLink: Decisions for the future
As Afghanistan heads to the polls, we visit a woman who was forced to flee the country for helping foreign troops. Also, meet the demonstrator in Venezuela who is taking protests to the slums. And, avoiding military service in South Korea.
WorldLink: Death and disbelief
A Crimean activist fears for his safety, shock in Egypt as 529 Muslim Brotherhood supporters are sentenced to death and a growing religious divide in the city of Nazareth. Also, the challenges of making a feature film in Afghanistan, the personal...
Muscovites' reaction to the Crimea standoff, why ever more French Jews are leaving for Israel, and Istanbul's controversial mayoral candidate. Plus, a New York woman's battle to visit her baby's grave, using religion to end global slavery, and men...
WorldLink: On the defensive
Young Ukrainians rush to enlist in 'volunteer defense forces,' Israel requires ultra-orthodox Jewish men to do military service and the Oscar Pistorius trial puts the spotlight on South Africa's gun culture. Plus, the waiting game for Myanmar's...
Residents of Kyiv and Crimea give their responses to Russia's de-facto takeover of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula, while descendents of slaves call for justice in the Caribbean. Also, we focus on some of the world's most vulnerable people, from Greece's...