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

Dallas Police Memorial Service

Obama honours officers; Sanders endorses Clinton; Zimbabwe protest leader arrested; Google sheepep

South China Sea Ruling

International tribunal rejects China's claims; who'll be Trump's vice president?; an Afghan reunion

Photo:Protesters shout slogans during a rally outside the Chinese Consulate (Credit:Bullit Marquez/ Associated Press)

South Sudan Clashes

Juba ceasefire declared; Theresa May profiled; why thumb-sucking might be good for children

Photograph shows a soldier standing on top of an abandoned tank after it was destroyed in renewed fighting in Juba, South Sudan. (Credit: Reuters)

Theresa May Set To Be New UK Prime Minister

Theresa May set to become the next British Prime Minister; consequences of Abe victory in Japan vote; Kashmir clashes.

(Picture . Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

South Sudan 'Back to War'

Heavy fighting in Juba; America jumpy as racial tensions continue; a bullfighter's life.

Image: South Sudanese president; Credit: AFP/Getty

Arrested Live On Social Media

Baton Rouge returns to the spotlight with Black Lives Matter activists in custody; Debate over the legality of the UK invasion of Iraq; Is South Sudan sliding back into civil war?

(Photo: Arrest of DeRay Mckesson in Baton Rouge Credit: AP)