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

Maldives Vice-President Charged with "High Treason"

The Vice-President of the Maldives, Ahmed Adheeb, has been arrested in connection with an assassination attempt on the island nation's leader; The BBC's Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet reports from Saudi Arabia; The British parliament may cease printing legislation on vellum made from calfskin.

(Photo Credit: EPA)

Catholic Bishops Soften Divorcee Doctrine

Vatican synod latest; Maldivian VP arrested over explosion; How hackers make money.

(Photo: Pope Francis in St Peter's Square this week. Credit: EPA)

Russia's role in Syria talks

Is Russia taking a leading role in talks on Syria? Risky business in China; Do women understand fracking?

(Photo: Vladimir Putin Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Mexico Braces for Intense Hurricane Patricia

Patricia which is heading for Mexico's West Coast is set to become the strongest hurricane ever in the Western Hemisphere; South African students win fee concession from President Zuma after protests; snow leopards at risk as Himalayas melt.

(Photo Credit: European Photopress Agency)

Benghazi Hearing

Hillary Clinton testifies before congressional committee investigating Benghazi attacks; UN accuses the Czech Republic of "mistreating" migrants and refugees; The man who plans to swim solo across the Atlantic Ocean

(Photo credit: AP/Carolyn Kaster)

Permafrost Warming

One of the world's leading scientists warns that the permafrost is warming faster than thought, with potentially grave consequences for climate change; new research on sniffing out disease; China bans party members from joining golf clubs in anti-corruption drive.

Picture shows the permafrost in Greenland. (Credit: Thinkstock)