BBC News Episodes
The UK's first black chief constable, Michael Fuller, reflects on his experiences inside the police.
Schools across Christchurch perform the traditional Maori war dance to pay respects to those killed.
A chance photo of a makeshift football shirt changed a Maasai boy's life.
Puppeteer Mark Mander explains the challenges of creating miniature couture for a very special lady.
Among those offering support, church-goers are fundraising to help their Muslim neighbours.
Thousands of people still live on the Indian island, which has shrunk in size to just 4.5 sq km.
Ali Adeeba was praying at the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, when a gunman opened fire.
Watch pubs, hotels and even the match-day male voice choir prepare for rugby's big day.
A baby polar bear takes its first steps in front of the press at Berlin zoo.
Former Ivory Coast football star Bonaventure Kalou is the latest West African sportsman to make the transfer from sport to politics.
Eight-year-old Rouaa used to dream about leaving Lebanon and returning home, but the "shelling and war" there has changed her mind.
Over 1,000 tonnes of rock and debris fell on East Beach in Dorset, although no-one was injured.
10-year-old Demilade Adepegba says he can juggle school work and his passion for playing music.
The city in New Zealand is on high alert after shootings at two mosques killed at least 49 people.
The activity allows you to explore an underwater world below the ice.
At least 45,000 Afghan police and soldiers have died over the past four years.
The openly gay Irish PM called out various forms of discrimination in front of Vice President Mike Pence.
Rugby star Shane Williams attempts to teach Radio DJ Scott Mills to sing the Welsh national anthem - to mixed results.
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido in BBC interview following sabotage accusations.
The former Texas Congressman has announced that he's running for US president in the 2020 election.
The military is not happy with what has been happening in Venezuela, says opposition party deputy.
Rape and fraud scandals involving fake pastors have prompted calls for regulation of the church.
Five rappers from Bradford discuss their passion, friendships and how their city has changed in recent years.
People in Myanmar have been using thanaka on their faces for generations, but habits are changing.
Faron Paul exchanges vouchers for knives in order to get the blades off the streets of London.
As MPs hold crunch votes in parliament, people in pro-Leave Sunderland share their Brexit frustrations.
Women from Mamfe Dove in Ghana can't have babies in their village because it's considered taboo.
We asked Indians about increasing female representation in national politics.
Venezuela's blackout has lasted several days and with poverty levels already high and 40C heat, how is the country coping?
Fifty years after the Neil Armstrong moment, these pictures show the value of photography to that mission.
Eyewitnesses describe their terror as a building containing a school collapsed in Lagos, Nigeria.
Georgetown University was targeted in the scam that helped students get into college through cheating.
Two comedians rate the president's humour after he accused the media of not appreciating his jokes.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing a political crisis. But would it move the needle in the US?
Demonstrations have continued despite Abdelaziz Bouteflika saying he would not stand for a fifth term.
Tewolde Gebremariam says Boeing's 737 Max 8 aircraft shouldn't fly until their safety is established.
Emergency workers and locals are working to rescue those trapped under the rubble.
We've all been there. Pretty much every woman knows what it feels like to be "mansplained" or "manterrupted" - when a man explains something to a woman in a condescending or patronising way or cuts her off in the middle of a sentence. Lots of men ...
Vasu Primlani is an Indian environmentalist and stand-up comedian who promotes issues such as tackling plastic pollution by convincing people that they can save money from it. Hear more about Vasu on the WorklifeIndia podcast.
Aanchal Sukhija is a sustainable fashion designer, who collects and recycles waste from Indian kabadiwallas (garbage buyers) and turns it into jewellery. Hear more about Aanchal on the WorklifeIndia podcast.
A judge in Australia has sentenced senior Catholic Church figure George Pell to six years in jail.
BBC's Africa business editor Larry Madowo went to meet Sophia, one of the world's most famous robots.
Bouteflika drops fifth term bid and announces talks to oversee the country's political transition, draft a new constitution and set the date for elections.
Kenya's electricity surplus could be capitalised on by a company reconditioning electric vehicles.
With limited mobility, Katy had felt "pretty grey" after enduring an accident and sexual assaults.
Riot police in the capital, Caracas, clash with opposition supporters in a day of rival demonstrations.
Ahmed Ali spoke to the BBC in a village in Bangladesh - in an interview recorded before he found out Ms Begum's baby son had died.