BBC News Episodes
A Native American movement is encouraging indigenous people to reconnect with their ancestral practices.
Tokyo is set to host the next Paralympic Games in 2020 - but how accessible is the Japanese capital?
A sit-in at Yuen Long train station ended with a stand-off between police and some protesters.
Fourteen Nottingham bus drivers had half of their heads shaved to raise more than GBP7,000 for charity. Andy Godfrey was inspired to do the challenge after his parents spent time at Hayward house. The team of drivers are keeping their heads half...
Jair Bolsonaro says NGOs may be setting fires in the Amazon to embarrass the government after they cut funding, despite offering no evidence.
He followed a jogger home after the pair feuded over who claimed a discarded item first.
Discussing the China trade war, President Trump looks up to the sky and says: "I am the chosen one."
Zambian sports nutritionist Linia Patel recommends African recipes for different events.
Two women share their stories of surviving and then recovering from acid attacks in Uganda.
Togolese footballer Woedikou Afi Apeafa says women are denied the chance to travel for tournaments.
Campaign groups in France are teaching people how to protest effectively, ahead of the G7 summit.
Smoke from the fires caused a blackout in Sao Paulo, more than 2,700km (1,700 miles) away.
Dozens of air mattresses are swept away by the wind before an outdoor movie night in Colorado.
The senator and 2020 presidential candidate publicly apologised for her claims to indigenous heritage.
A Lebanese town has banned Muslims from buying and renting property, forcing this family from their home.
Haidar el Ali has led a project to plant 152 million mangrove buds in Senegal's Casamance Delta.
82-year-old Keith melted millions of hearts when a video of him painting his granddaughter's nails went viral.
An Indian Air Force helicopter crew saved the two men in Jammu, which has been hit by heavy rain.
The fate of Italy's coalition is set to be decided after weeks of hostility between ruling parties, the nationalist League and Five Star.
Things didn't quite go to plan when the hungry animal tried to pilfer a snack
A women abducted as a child and a puppy abandoned on a rubbish tip help each other heal.
After years of fast-paced growth, India's economy is losing steam. In this country of more than a billion people, domestic consumption is one of the main drivers of growth but unemployment is rising and people's purchasing power has taken a hit. ...
Ex-Farc rebels in Colombia, who spent decades fighting the government over land and power, have reinvented themselves as eco-warriors protecting the Amazon from illegal logging.
The BBC meets some protesters who were injured allegedly at the hands of security forces in Kashmir.
Horrified householders in South Carolina find their quiet cul-de-sac turned into the O.K. Corral.
Indonesians take part in a greasy pole climbing contest - a tradition that dates back to Dutch colonial days.
Mohamed Hamdan "Hemeti" Dagolo, a key military leader, has promised to abide by a power-sharing agreement with the opposition.
Chunks of falling glacier caused a massive wave that came straight at a pair of kayakers in Alaska.
A homeless man was found in the Unkapani district, apparently drowned, after heavy rain caused extensive damage
Donald Trump isn't the first US leader to seek expansion using taxpayer dollars. But did those deals work out?
A former senior executive at a Chinese internet company is now a freelance photographer travelling around the globe. First stop - Iran.
Janne Utriainen is tackling climate change in his own way - leaving the city to live off the land.
The Voelker family's dairy farm has been around since 1942 - it's shutting down due to economic pressures.
Workshops are teaching young asylum seekers how to cook and improve their English skills.
The stars of Quentin Tarantino's latest film share stories from the early days of their careers.
The town of Pleucadeuc in northwest France holds an annual festival for twins, now in its 25th year.
The demonstrators had been blocking the entrance to the immigrant detention centre in Rhode Island.
The Kenya Airports Authority has overseen the auctioning of abandoned aircraft at Nairobi's Wilson Airport.
After a career in Tokyo's red-light district, Lee Komaki wants to enter politics. But it's not without challenges.
Twenty-three people were injured when the Airbus 321 was forced to land in a field near Moscow.
During an eight-hour standoff with police, a gunman in Philadelphia shot six police officers.
With drug prices soaring in the US, people are travelling to Canada to buy life-saving medication.
'Dr Becky' receives thousands of views on her YouTube channel which answers questions about the universe.
Ethics commissioner says the Canadian PM tried to influence a former minister in the SNC-Lavalin case.
The BBC meets three people who opted not to go to university after their A-levels.
No one was injured. The local police department shared the footage as a warning to not text and drive.