Guests share their personal memories of Mandela, stories of his flirty charm, his great humility, and stern authority.
14 Dec 2013 09:08 GMT | Human Rights, Arts & Culture, Germany, South Africa
Will Africa emerge as a leading global science frontier as South Africa co-hosts the world's largest radio telescope?
23 Nov 2013 07:03 GMT | Science & Technology, China, India, Russia, South Africa
To what extent is today's mainstream diamond industry free of 'conflict diamonds'?
17 Nov 2013 15:20 GMT | Politics, Latin America, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Venezuela
Can traditional healing and ancient mystical customs exist alongside modernity and Western medicine?
South to North | 13 Nov 2013 13:26 GMT | South Africa
We ask if land investments on the continent represent a solution to food insecurity or a new form of colonialism.
South to North | 13 Nov 2013 12:33 GMT | US & Canada, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, United Kingdom
What is the universal appeal of a good crime novel?
South to North | 13 Nov 2013 12:31 GMT | India
South2North talks to members of The Elders and influential global leaders about the ICC's perceived bias against Africa.
South to North | 10 Nov 2013 08:07 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, Egypt, Finland, Ireland
South2North discusses peace, justice, human rights and leadership in the 21st century with The Elders.
South to North | 02 Nov 2013 16:34 GMT | US & Canada, Finland, Kenya, Norway, South Africa
Arianna Huffington and James Chau discuss the changing media landscape and whether the internet is really an equaliser.
South to North | 26 Oct 2013 08:37 GMT | Arts & Culture, China, France, South Africa
South2North asks how today's young leaders will tackle the challenges of the future.
South to North | 12 Oct 2013 07:30 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, Latin America, Canada, Pakistan
What do time-travel, chaos theory and skyscrapers have in common with chess? We discuss the mathematics.
South to North | 28 Sep 2013 07:45 GMT | South Africa
The poignant stories of Palestinian prisoners in Israel and the effects of imprisonment on them and their families.
Israel, Palestine, Human Rights
We analyse how populist far-right movements are challenging the promise of an integrated union.
A group of exonerated death row survivors called the 'Resurrection Club' fights to abolish the death penalty in the US.
Human Rights, Politics, US & Canada
We tell the story of Mouawiya Syasneh, the boy whose anti-Assad graffiti lit the spark that engulfed Syria.
War & Conflict, Syria's Civil War