BBC World Service

The BBC World Service provides international news and analysis from around the globe in 28 languages. Their global network of correspondents provides impartial news and reports on location.

Recent Episodes

PM: Has Turkey 'forcibly returned' Syrian refugees ?

Amnesty International report criticises Ankara over Syrians, Yemen facing 'humanitarian catastrophe', how can the world tackle worsening obesity ?, tribal courts try to help young indigenous Australians

AM: Hunt for survivors in Kolkata disaster

Rescue workers search for people trapped under rubble following flyover collapse, Pressure mounts on President Zuma to resign, Rat infestation in Peshawar.

PM: President Zuma ordered to pay back public money

South Africa's highest court orders President Jacob Zuma to pay back some of the public money spent on the renovation of his private home. Also in this podcast, the ultra-nationalist Serb politician, Vojislav Seselj, is found not guilty of war crimes by the International Criminal Court in the Hague and at least eighteen people have died after a fly-over collapsed in the Indian city of Kolkata. Dozens are feared trapped under the rubble.

AM: New Cold War Heats Up

Additional US troops and tanks deployed to Eastern Europe, Exclusive glimpse inside El Salvador's violent prisons, Role of humans in demise of diminutive human species