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

The changing air campaign in Syria

Napalm attacks in a Damascus suburb and Russian planes launch from Iran for the first time, China's unhackable quantum satellite, and Indonesian airways cleared for flight.

(Photo: Russian bomber in flight over Aleppo, 16 August Credit: Russian Defence Ministry Press Service)

Young Men Damaged by Porn

Excessive online porn and sexual dysfunction; Trump's latest speech; how safe are Tazers?

Who is the greatest Olympian of all time?

Debating what makes a perfect athlete and how Usain Bolt measures up, the effects of online pornography on young men, and Trump's pitch to the Amish community of Ohio.

(Photo: Usain Bolt thumps his chest on the finish line of the 100m sprint at the 2016 Olympic Games Credit: AFP / Getty)

Nigeria: "Unconditional" Deal with Islamist Militants?

Boko Haram releases video of some of the 200 Chibok school girls: is the Nigerian government on the verge of a deal with the militants? Are the Chinese really rude when they go abroad? Usain Bolt on the verge of making Olympic history in Rio.

(Picture: Campaign signboard showing government's readiness to defeat Boko Haram in Nigeria. Credit: Getty Images)

New Boko Haram Video

New video of Chibok girls released; Bahrain's Shia leader; Iraqi youth orchestra

Venezuela opens border with Colombia

Venezuelans pour into Colombia to buy supplies; Trump and Russia; a stranded elephant

(Photo:Long queues at border crossing between San Antonio del Tachira in Venezuela and Cucuta in Colombia. Credit: EPA)