The #MeToo movement has been gathering pace, exposing and shaming incidences of sexual misconduct worldwide. Yet France has become the stage for a controversial counter-movement.
India's Hospital Train
India - 2018
In rural India, a train decked out as a hospital is providing free healthcare and surgery to the country’s most remote communities. For the surgeons working on board, it's a tough but rewarding challenge.
Bringing Home The Elgin Marbles
Greece - 2018
The removal of the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon in the early 1800s has long been a source of disharmony between the British and the Greeks. Today, the debate rages ever fiercer.
Youth In Revolt
United States - 2018
Millennials now outnumber baby-boomers in the United States, but they remain underrepresented in politics. Meet two young mayors of struggling cities, whose controversial ideas are engaging a new generation.
Life After The FARC
Colombia - 2018
Eighteen months ago, a historic peace deal was signed in Colombia, ending over half a century of civil war. Now, former FARC guerrillas are returning to society – but the transition isn’t easy.
Working For The Enemy
Israel/Palestine - 2018
The Palestine territory of Gaza’s isolation from the West Bank permits Israeli forces to have significant leverage over residents. Tactics vary from blackmail to coercion, or even appealing to extremist ideals. This groundbreaking new report delves deep into this complex hidden world.
On His Own Terms
Australia - 2018
At age 104, renowned botanist and ecologist Dr David Goodall chose euthanasia. Having decided that his quality of life had fallen too far, David travelled to Switzerland to end his life on his own terms.
A Southern Quest
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands - 2018
In an intrepid winter exhibition, four explorers set off for the Antarctic island of South Georgia. Their aim: to conquer mountain peaks that have never been climbed before.
Sweden's Elections Swing Right
Sweden - 2018
Despite its reputation as a cosy left-leaning country, Sweden’s liberal immigration policy has divided opinion within its population. Now, the general election has brought simmering resentments to the fore.
Germany - 2018
Israelis in Berlin are among the world's fastest growing Jewish populations, drawn by the city's arts scene and culture of free thinking. But how is life for them in the country that staged the Holocaust?