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

Can Saudi Arabia Cure Its "Addiction To Oil"?

Saudi Arabia's cabinet has approved a plan to diversify the kingdom's oil-dependent economy; Two more people have been hacked to death in Bangladesh, one of which was the editor of the country's only gay rights magazine; Why are we so determined to avoid "spoilers" to our favourite television shows?

(Photo: Saudi Defense Minister and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has announced his economic reform plan known as 'Vision 2030'. Credit: FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images)

Nepal One Year On

Red tape impedes reconstruction; Imploding Republicans; Uber referendum

Photo Credit: Getty Images: 'Reconstruction Slowly Begins One Year After The Nepal Earthquake'

Obama Arrives in Germany Amidst Trade Row

Obama says 'TTIP will create new jobs'; Angélique Kidjo on Papa Wemba's death; Astronaut Tim Peake runs a marathon in space.

(Photo: Protesters angry over the secrecy of ongoing TTIP negotiations. Credit: EPA)

Interview with President Obama

Obama rules out Syria ground troops; woman behind Whiskey Tango Foxtrot; Papa Wemba passes away.

Photograph shows US President Barack Obama arrives to board Airforce One as he departed in London. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)

Merkel Visits Turkey Refugee Camp

EU leaders defend Turkey migrant deal; North Korea's submarine-launched missile test; Fighting for Japanese paternity rights.

(Photo: Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and German Chancellor Angela Merkel visit a refugee camp in Gaziantep, Turkey. Credit: Steffen Kugler - Pool/Bundesregierung via Getty Images)

German Chancellor in Turkey

Angela Merkel to visit Turkish refugees; Shakespeare remembered; electric car race in Paris.

Photograph shows people walk on a main street as banners with pictures of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu are seen at the background in Gaziantep, Turkey. (Credit: Reuters)