Is it wrong to use the expression 'women and children' when reporting on disasters or war zones?
04 Jul 2014 11:40 GMT | Central African Republic, Syria's Civil War, Uganda
The rebel fervour of the new Hollywood film is unlikely to last longer than its theatre screening.
13 Dec 2013 08:36 GMT
Literature breaks the continuum of the everyday and makes us stop and think, notes Vieira.
16 Apr 2013 10:57 GMT | Poverty & Development
The popularity of The Hobbit and other prequels makes us reflect upon the reasons why this film genre is so attractive.
Patricia Vieira | 06 Feb 2013 05:59 GMT | Arts & Culture, New Zealand
Is 'Skyfall' telling us that, like Bond, Europe should to go back to its roots for regeneration?
Patricia Vieira | 02 Dec 2012 13:09 GMT | Arts & Culture, US & Canada, China, United Kingdom, United States
Unlike fatalists, tragic heroes do not give up in the face of fate; rather, they act against all odds, write authors.
Patricia Vieira, Michael Marder | 25 Oct 2012 06:09 GMT | Greece, Portugal, Spain
Inanimate objects may communicate a meaning or intent through their juxtaposition with other objects, and with us.
Patricia Vieira, Michael Marder | 13 Jul 2012 18:02 GMT | France
After an EU referendum campaign replete with racism and fear, we examine the British media's impact on the result.
Media, Brexit consequences, United Kingdom
We challenge Malaysia's former prime minister, and also debate Ethiopia's treatment of the Oromo people.
A small organisation is tackling a deadly epidemic of chronic disease among El Salvador's sugarcane workers.
Health, El Salvador, Gang violence
Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer on documenting Indonesia's killings of 1965 through the eyes of perpetrators and victims.
Indonesia, Crimes against humanity, Genocide