How did three Danes end up being tortured in Lebanon?
Afghan women: the fight for survival
We meet the female rangers protecting Band-e-Amir, Afghanistan's first national park.
11 May 2015 10:57 GMT
Environment, Afghanistan, Asia, Wildlife, Women
How a cryogenic coral seed bank is helping safeguard endangered reefs off the coast of Hawaii.
Environment, Science & Technology, Climate Change, Wildlife, US & Canada
How Japan is using high tech factories to grow vegetables indoors.
Environment, Science & Technology, Food, Agriculture, Japan
How ancient water technology could help keep the taps running in Lima.
Environment, Science & Technology, Peru, Water, Latin America
Turning marine waste into fashion wear.
How developments in tidal technology are helping harness the power of a calm sea.
How an underground network of tunnels is protecting the world's largest city from the threat of flooding.
Innovative 'aquatects' use water to help improve design of cities in the Netherlands and work with rising sea levels.
How low-cost solutions are keeping farmers in Myanmar one step ahead of climate change.
A rural community in northern Mozambique is putting forest conservation at the heart of their economy.
We meet Chinese conservationists working to protect the world's only freshwater porpoise from extinction.
Why ships in Scandinavia's busiest port are being made to clean up their act.
How 'pay-as-you-feel' cafes are fighting waste by diverting food destined for the landfill.
Saving some of the world's most endangered and distinct species.
Kite-balloons and spectrometers - how community activists use DIY technology to investigate environmental polluters.
Josh Rushing travels to northern Iraq to look at one of the most serious divides the country faces.
101 East goes undercover to expose the hidden harm in China's food industry.
Tied together by a painful history, Greece and Germany are locked into a new conflict that has reawakened old ghosts.
In war-torn Afghanistan it is not the Taliban that poses the greatest threat to women - it is their own families.
Human Rights, Women, Afghanistan
From Democracy to the Market - we examine the devastating impact of the Greek financial crisis on ordinary citizens.
Business & Economy, Europe, Greece
Can Afghan archaeologists take on the Chinese and the Taliban to save a 5,000-year-old archaeological site?
Arts & Culture, Asia, Afghanistan
South Africa's miner strike led to the country's deadliest act of police violence since the end of apartheid.
South Africa, Politics, Protests