The BBC World Services wide range of documentaries from 2013.
Riding the Graphene Wave
Graphene is a super-strong and super-conductive material. Gerry Northam looks at its move from the laboratory to the commercial world.
Inside the Fed
The US Federal Reserve, America's central bank, is one hundred years old. Simon Jack tells its surprising story.
Brazil - Fighting Slavery
Brazil's anti-slavery hit-squads are unique. Linda Pressly joins a raid with a committed band of labour inspectors on an alleged slave labour operation in deepest rural Brazil.
Who's Left Holding the Baby
Childcare options in Fiji, where children are taken care of by the community, and China where infants as young as three might live away from their parents in boarding kindergartens. Madeleine Morris reports.
Lines in the Sand
The emerging Jihadi challenge across the Sahara and Sahel regions of Africa. Are there links between various Islamist groups?
Bangladesh: Trials of Strength
Farhana Haider investigates the prosecution of alleged war criminals from the conflict of 1971 and asks if the trials are being used to target the opposition.