Is the BBC's huge well of public trust in danger of drying up? A veteran news anchor says its managers must stop speaking the 'gobbledygook' of bureaucratic jargon and start properly overseeing its output.
The Geo Quiz is making a pilgrimage of sorts. We're looking for a tiny, tidal island, right off the coast of Normandy in France. A government plan to erect wind turbines nearby is now threatening its status as a World Heritage Site.
Egypt's Prime Minister visited Gaza this morning, and pledged Egypt's support for the Palestinians in their struggle against Israel. Anchor Aaron Schachter finds out more on the visit's significance from reporter Noel King in Cairo.
The crisis in Egypt continues to vex US policy makers. Anchor Marco Werman explores what the US is doing, and not doing, about Egypt with former US diplomat Nicholas Burns, who has extensive experience in the Middle East.
Iranian security forces clubbed and tear-gassed demonstrators who marched today in Tehran and other major cities in Iran to protest against the regime. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with a protester who used the pseudonym "Behzad" about today's events.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Irene Caselli about the latest in a long legal battle over the environmental legacy of oil drilling in the Ecuadorean Amazon. A court yesterday ordered the US company Chevron to pay damages of roughly $9 billion