We track four people on their journey.
What's the cost of South Korea's drinking culture?
We follow the 20 South African children, now 14, as they talk about race, relationships, fear of violence, and God.
05 Feb 2016 07:57 GMT
Arts & Culture, Africa, South Africa
In 1992 apartheid South Africa, we met 20 lively seven-year-olds. We follow them every seven years in times of change.
We revisit the 20 South African children first filmed in 1992, to see how love, money and violence colour their lives.
In 2006 South Africa we visit the 21-year-olds we first met as children, as they manage work, race relations and family.
In 2006, 12 years after apartheid ended - poverty, race and violence are issues that many South Africans still face.
We follow the now 28-year-olds into adulthood and gain extraordinary insights into South Africa in 2013.
Now 28, the South Africans we first filmed as children give a unique insight into their adult lives and relationships.
Conservationists are in a desperate and uphill battle to save India's tigers from extinction.
Former classmates separated during Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 reunite decades later.
We follow a Sesame Street composer as he learns how his music has been used to torture detainees at Guantanamo Bay.
South Koreans drink twice as much liquor as Russians, but is this national obsession with alcohol reversible?
Health, Asia, South Korea
How improving relations between communist Cuba and the capitalist US will change the lives of people on both sides.
Politics, United States, Cuba
Mayotte is a magnet for Comoros islanders who risk their lives crossing hazardous seas in search of a better life.
Poverty & Development, France, Refugees
A three-part series looking at the history of France's black community and their long struggle for recognition.
Politics, US & Canada, France