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The team are in Nigeria and the UK looking at looted artefacts, while Simon Calder finds out why this might be the perfect time to book a break on Europe's sleeper trains.
BBC journalism at its best with programmes that expose and evaluate global topics.
The Welsh Rugby Union is one of the nation's best known brands, but what about accusations of a toxic culture off the field?
Marc Cieslak visits Interpol to find out how the police agency is training to fight crime in virtual worlds. Lara Lewington tests an exoskeleton designed to help warehouse workers.
A look back at what's been happening around the world this week. Reporters hears from the BBC's network of international correspondents.
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.
Bettany Hughes heads to the desert-like plains of Gobustan in Azerbaijan, before heading north to Shaki - an important stop for merchants travelling on the ancient Silk Road.
A BBC News investigation reveals how the police and violent criminal gangs in Egypt are targeting and arresting people from the LGBTQ community in Egypt.
Examining the business stories and economic trends that are re-shaping our world.
Lots of women don't think about the menopause until they're in their 40s. But it could start much earlier. Young women share their experiences of menopause at any age.
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe.
Billionaire Bill Gates talks to the BBC's Amol Rajan about his early success, his wealth, conspiracy theories and recent controversies, in a rare, in-depth interview.