The United Nations estimates up to 1.7% of the world's population is intersex: born with sex characteristics that don't fit typical definitions of male and female.
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Rajan Datar travels to the Republic of Ireland to discover how it is preserving its tourism heritage while adapting for the future.
9-year-old Rodwell Nkomazana was attacked by a hyena earlier this year while sleeping outside his church in Zimbabwe. He suffered life-threatening injuries.
Foreign correspondents currently posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes, and at how the issues of the week are being tackled around the world.
Click looks at how artificial intelligence could be used to help health services around the world.
In-depth interviews with hard-hitting questions and sensitive topics being covered as famous personalities from all walks of life talk about the highs and lows in their lives.
A special edition of In Business Africa examines how green and sustainable businesses are across the continent and how soon the goal of net zero carbon emissions could be in sight.
What are some of the technological developments gearing up to change our lives? In Future of Tech we scour the world to bring you some interesting technological innovations.
Newsnight is a weekly round up of news and current affairs; incorporating hard-hitting interviews with global opinion-formers and documentaries from every corner of the world.
In a special Academy Museum Preview programme the Talking Movies team travels to Los Angeles to investigate the brand new Academy Museum on the eve of its opening.
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe.
In the run up to COP26, the BBC's correspondents from our bureaus around the world will be presenting a special programme helping us make sense of the challenges facing our planet.
With over 800 million internet users, India is one of the biggest markets for global tech companies. Where the government and big tech need one another, how will they co-exist?
Another chance to hear from Larry Madowo, who brings us five extraordinary stories from black history.