BBC News Episodes
Ex-Farc rebels in Colombia, who spent decades fighting the government over land and power, have reinvented themselves as eco-warriors protecting the Amazon from illegal logging.
The BBC meets some protesters who were injured allegedly at the hands of security forces in Kashmir.
Horrified householders in South Carolina find their quiet cul-de-sac turned into the O.K. Corral.
Indonesians take part in a greasy pole climbing contest - a tradition that dates back to Dutch colonial days.
Mohamed Hamdan "Hemeti" Dagolo, a key military leader, has promised to abide by a power-sharing agreement with the opposition.
Chunks of falling glacier caused a massive wave that came straight at a pair of kayakers in Alaska.
A homeless man was found in the Unkapani district, apparently drowned, after heavy rain caused extensive damage
Donald Trump isn't the first US leader to seek expansion using taxpayer dollars. But did those deals work out?
A former senior executive at a Chinese internet company is now a freelance photographer travelling around the globe. First stop - Iran.
Janne Utriainen is tackling climate change in his own way - leaving the city to live off the land.
The Voelker family's dairy farm has been around since 1942 - it's shutting down due to economic pressures.
Workshops are teaching young asylum seekers how to cook and improve their English skills.
The stars of Quentin Tarantino's latest film share stories from the early days of their careers.
The town of Pleucadeuc in northwest France holds an annual festival for twins, now in its 25th year.
The demonstrators had been blocking the entrance to the immigrant detention centre in Rhode Island.
The Kenya Airports Authority has overseen the auctioning of abandoned aircraft at Nairobi's Wilson Airport.
After a career in Tokyo's red-light district, Lee Komaki wants to enter politics. But it's not without challenges.
Twenty-three people were injured when the Airbus 321 was forced to land in a field near Moscow.
During an eight-hour standoff with police, a gunman in Philadelphia shot six police officers.
With drug prices soaring in the US, people are travelling to Canada to buy life-saving medication.
'Dr Becky' receives thousands of views on her YouTube channel which answers questions about the universe.
Ethics commissioner says the Canadian PM tried to influence a former minister in the SNC-Lavalin case.
The BBC meets three people who opted not to go to university after their A-levels.
No one was injured. The local police department shared the footage as a warning to not text and drive.
Planting trees can sometimes actually do more harm than good to the environment. Here's why.
Luca Parmitano played from the International Space Station to a cruise ship in the Mediterranean Sea.
Some believe that believe cryptocurrencies are the new digital gold. From Bitcoin to Ethereum, there are over 2,000 kinds of cryptocurrencies globally, worth over $300bn in digital money. And now Facebook is planning to join the bandwagon with Lib...
Parliament cannot just be a voice for the majority, says the Kashmiri politician Shah Faesal.
Students at over 1,000 schools in India's capital Delhi are attending a happiness class at school. This involves group activities, story sessions and meditation exercises. Can these classes help address the issue of depression and stress among ado...
Kathleen's husband was killed by the IRA, which Anne joined at 18. Now they work together on peace.
Prof Ibram Kendi backs reparations being paid to African Americans for past injustices like slavery.
As Zimbabwe's economic crisis bites, one man tells the BBC how shortages are crippling his business.
Researchers in Canada say students should not be forced to play the sport in school.
The nuclear-tipped Burevestnik missile will also have a nuclear propellant.
Spain is one of many countries with an ageing population. Could this pensioner-friendly village be the future?
Spain is one of many countries facing an ageing population. Could this pensioner-friendly village be the future?
Typhoon Lekima in China has killed dozens of people, with over a million evacuated from Zhejiang province.
A women-led group is working to prevent sexual assaults on New York's transport network.
Monsoon flooding in India has led to dozens of deaths and hundreds of thousands of people being evacuated.
Why one mother's personal plight is part of a long and complicated history between Iran and the UK.
Lynette gives a rare insight into the inner life of a domestic worker in Zimbabwe.
President Trump says he feels strongly about the Second Amendment but hopes Congress can still act.
Almost a week since a gunman took the lives of 22 people inside a Texas shopping centre, the community is finding ways to come together.
Italy's populist interior minister says the coalition with Five Star cannot continue.
A new milk bank in Kenya allows mums to donate their breast milk in a bid to reduce infant deaths.
Valencia is one of the cities in Europe fighting back against holiday rental websites.
The full-size fairground ride is "certainly not a gimmick", says Norwich Cathedral.