Palestinians in Gaza speak of life under Israeli occupation.
"The Islam of Timbuktu was taken hostage"
Abderrahmane Sissako, one of Africa's most prominent filmmakers, discusses his latest film, Islam, and events in Mali.
30 Aug 2015 15:46 GMT
War & Conflict, Africa, Mali, Arts & Culture, Al-Qaeda
The world's most expensive living artist discusses his work and the controversies surrounding his creations and career.
Arts & Culture, US & Canada, Business & Economy
The author, adviser and leading thinker on creativity advocates a radical rethink of our global educational systems.
Arts & Culture, Education, Europe
Lea Tsemel discusses the deportation and detention of Palestinians, torture, and discriminatory laws in Israel.
Human Rights, Law, Middle East
After spending 16 years in US prisons, Gerardo Hernandez shares his remarkable story behind his liberation.
Politics, US, Cuba
The ICC chief prosecutor discusses Sudan's president escaping justice in South Africa and alleged war crimes in Gaza.
The UN's outgoing humanitarian chief talks about the world's humanitarian crises and the lack of international action.
The new Turkish Cypriot leader explains why he is optimistic that Cypriots will reunite after four decades of division.
Thailand's prime minister talks about his military takeover, press freedom, poverty, and constitutional reform.
The US ambassador to the UN discusses foreign policy, the mounting problems facing the world and efforts to tackle them.
The Ethiopian prime minister discusses democracy, human rights, press freedom and the future of his country.
The former US president discusses upheaval in the Middle East, Africa's future, and Hillary Clinton's presidential bid.
The Nobel Peace laureate discusses child slavery in India and beyond, and what can be done to eradicate it.
Yemen's foreign minister discusses the Houthi challenge, the impact of Saudi-led air strikes, and Yemen's future.
101 East gains rare insight into the beating heart of North Korea's film industry.
We uncover the secret world of human trafficking that has led to poor Nepalese being duped into working in Iraq.
One man is determined to bring peace to Yemen's warring tribes - even if he dies trying.
We look at the micro-blogging site and how it has changed the way breaking news is reported.
Media, United States, Twitter
People & Power investigates South Korea's disturbing rise in suicides, particularly among the elderly.
Health, Asia, South Korea
We explore how US foreign policy in the Middle East is driving the media's negative portrayals of Arabs and Muslims.
Media, Middle East, US
The chilling and courageous account of a Danish-Somalian boy in Copenhagen who fell victim to al-Shabab recruiters.
War & Conflict, Al-Shabab, Denmark