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

Hungary Tear Gas

Tear gas used on migrants trying to cross from Serbia into Hungary; when a whale falls on your kayak; big beer merger proposed, we discuss this in our local pub.

UN Report on Sri Lanka's Civil War

A new UN report proposes to set up a special court to look at atrocities committed during Sri Lanka's civil war; David Attenborough on ambitious plans to halt climate change; How important is it for potential world leaders to sing their country's national anthem?

(Photo Credit: AFP Photo/Sri Lankan Defence Ministry)

European Borders Start Shutting

A German view on Schengen; using the internet to go on safari; piano recital on metro (Photo Credit: AFP)

15/09/2015 GMT

Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.

More EU States Impose Border Checks

Hungary rolls out the razor wire and controls are imposed on some of Europe's internal borders in an effort to stop migrants; Mexico reacts to citizens killed on visit to Egypt's Western Desert; Have we reached an artificial intelligence tipping point?

(Photo: EPA)

Lebanese PM calls for aid

The Lebanese leader, Tammam Salam, calls for help in dealing with the Syrian refugees in his country; Tony Abbott ousted as Australian Prime Minister; How the food a mother eats at the time of conception could influence her baby later in life

(Photo credit: EPA)