BBC Newshour

BBC's most experienced correspondents bring you compelling interviews on every subject. From devastating natural disasters to inspiring triumphs of the human spirit, BBC Newshour has the world covered.

Recent Episodes

Turkish Airstrikes Kill Dozens in Syria

Bombings target villages close to Turkey's border; Farc rebels in Colombia ready to declare ceasefire ; Losing a violin made in 1630 on a train.

(Image: Turkish Army tanks driving to the Syrian-Turkish border. Credit: Bulent Kilic/Afp)

Italy's Day of Mourning

Mayor of Amatrice; Philippines female assassins; trumpeter Herb Alpert.

Photograph shows bishop of Ascoli Piceno hugging a woman after a funeral service for victims of the earthquake inside a gym, Italy. (Credit: Reuters)

Mass Funeral for Dozens Killed in Italian Earthquake

Remembering the nearly 300 killed in Italy; Anti-Mugabe protests in Zimbabwe; Teenager breaks world solo flying record.

(Photo: Relatives mourn their loved ones, as the coffins of 35 earthquake victims are lined up for the mass funeral in Ascoli Piceno. Credit: Getty Images)

French Court Suspends Controversial Burkini Ban

Burkini ban ruled illegal; Civilians evacuate Daraya; Marine park opens in Hawaii

(Photo: Women on a beach, one wearing a 'burkini'. Credit: FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images)

Darayya Evacuation Begins

Besieged civilians leave Damascus suburb; 'Burkini' ban suspended; Mammoth pirates.

(Photo: Abandoned tank on a street in Darayya, Syria. Credit: Reuters)

Colombia Peace Deal

Historic deal signed by the Colombian government and the FARC rebels in Havana, but the accord has to be approved by a popular vote; At least 250 people have died in Wednesday's the Italian earthquake; Pioneering coma treatment with ultrasound.

(Photo: Colombians celebrating the peace deal. Credit: Guillermo Legaria AFP/Getty Images)