World Have Your Say [world Service]

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20100101
20100101The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100104
20100104The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100105
20100105The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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20100106The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100107
20100107The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100108
20100108The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100111
20100111The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100112
20100112The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100113
20100113The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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20100114The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100115
20100115The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100118
20100118The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100120
20100120The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100121
20100121The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100122
20100122The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100125
20100125The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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20100126The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100127
20100127The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100128
20100128The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20100129
20100129The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20130904The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20130904The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20130909The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20130912The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140120
20140120The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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20140403The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140416|The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140424|The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140429|The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140512
20140512The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140616
20140616The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140710|The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140715|The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140805
20140805The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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20140822The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140911The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140916The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20140923The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20141013The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20141015The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20141016The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
20141107The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
America accused of spying on Brazil's leader20130918The US has spied on Brazil's President Rousseff, according to leaked documents.
Coming to Terms with Having a Killer in the Family20141117When serious crimes like murder are committed we often hear in the media of the impact the crime has had on the family of the deceased. But what is it like for relatives of those who commit serious crimes? We hear how a having a relative who commits murder impacts on families, friendships and relationships. Our guests talk about the difficulty of deciding whether to stick by a parent or child in jail or cut them off. And, they discuss how they have coped with the social stigma of being closely identified with a convicted murderer. ||(Picture: Silhouette of a person behind a window with bars. Credit: Gent Shkullaku/AFP/Getty Images)
Delhi Gang Rape Verdict20130910Reaction to the guilty verdict of four men for the rape and murder of a student in Delhi
Delhi Gang Rape: Four Sentenced to Death20130913Reaction to the death sentences handed to four men convicted of rape and murder in Delhi
Do the latest pictures from Syria change your mind about the conflict?20140121
Do the latest pictures from Syria change your mind about the conflict?20140121A dossier of photographs has been smuggled out of Syria which appear to show that the country has systematically tortured up 11,000 detainees since the start of the uprising. The images were supposedly smuggled out of the country by a defector.|A report on the images says that there is evidence that agents of the Syrian government have tortured and executed prisoners. There are 55,000 images of the 11,000 prisoners. Have the latest images from Syria changed your mind about the Syrian conflict?|(Photo credit: AFP/Getty)
Female Genital Mutilation20140722
Female Genital Mutilation20140722Women who have undergone Female Genital Mutilation share their experiences. At a summit in London the UK government has outlined a plan to tackle the practice.
Final weekend of the Brazil World Cup20140711|From a record store in Rio de Janeiro on the final weekend of the World Cup we discuss Samba, rivalry between Brazil and Argentina and Ghanaian fans seeking asylum
Germany Intersex;Pakistan Taliban leader reported dead20131101Germany has become Europe's first country to allow babies born of 'indeterminate sex' to be registered as neither male nor female.|We speak to people who have dealt with this situation in their lives, finding out how it affects a person and what decisions they have had to make.|(Photo credit: BBC)
How to Sell a War; Russian Plan to Avert Syria Strikes20130909How do governments convince a sceptical public of the need for military action overseas?
India Gang Rape Death Sentences; Students on Russia-America Relations20130913Reaction in India to the Delhi gang-rape verdicts; plus students on Russia-America ties.
International Holocaust and Genocide Day20140127
International Holocaust and Genocide Day20140127Today is international Holocaust and Genocide day. How do you teach the next generation about genocide? Should it be compulsory for children to be taught the often brutal facts of a country's role in the history? Germany, Rwanda, and Cambodia, have all experienced genocides. Jewish parents in Israel have debated the proposal to teach their five-year-olds about their history. Some felt it could be too traumatic for them to digest. What's the best way to teach the past?
Iran Have Your Say20130919As President Rouhani settles in to office, is Iran's place in the world changing?
Iran Says it Would Never Build Nuclear Weapons20130919We speak to Iranians about Rouhani's statements dismissing nuclear weapons fears
Is it important to know why the Navy Yard gunman did what he did?20130917How important is it to know the reasons behind the actions of the Navy Yard gunman?
Is The Catholic Church Changing for the Bettter?20130920We hear Catholics debating whether the Cathoilic Church needs a new balance.
Is the media coverage of Israel and Palestine biased?20140725
Is the media coverage of Israel and Palestine biased?20140725We hear from the BBC, Al Jazeera and the Huffington Post about how they report conflict.
Kenya's Westgate shopping mall siege: We hear from eyewitnesses and survivors of the attack20130923Kenya's Westgate shopping mall siege: We hear from eyewitnesses and victims of the attack.
Latest from the Philippines20131112We hear the latest from rescue agencies and those looking for missing people.|Photo: Getty Images
Latest from the Philippines20131112We hear the latest from rescue agencies and those looking for missing people.|Photo: Getty Images
Live at Glasgow's Pacific Quay20140724
Live at Glasgow's Pacific Quay20140724World Have Your Say will be live from Glasgow on Thursday - the first full day of events at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. ||This special programme marks the finale of Commonwealth Class, a special year-long project by BBC Knowledge and Learning in partnership with the British Council and the Commonwealth Secretariat. Commonwealth Class has provided a global online forum for young people around the Commonwealth to share their stories and discuss themes like citizenship, education, equality and sport. ||This edition of WHYS will be live from the visitor festival at Glasgow's Pacific Quay with over one hundred young people from around the Commonwealth, young athletes competing at the Games, and a live audience. ||The conversation will focus on young people and sport, girls' participation in school sports and equality in professional men's and women's sports.||Presented by Chloe Tilley and John Beattie, who has a regular show on BBC Radio Scotland.
MH17. Reaction from Amsterdam20140723
MH17. Reaction from Amsterdam20140723As the bodies from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 are brought back to the Netherlands, we hear the thoughts and feelings of Dutch people in Amsterdam on what has been declared a national day of mourning in the country.||(Photo credit: AP)
MH17: Your questions to Russians20140721|Russians respond to global accusations about their country's role in the MH17 crash.
Morsi on Trial and Westgate Attack Charges20131104Reaction from Egypt to the trial of ousted President Mohammed Morsi and we go live to Kenya where four people have been charged over the Westgate attack. |Picture: A banner of President Morsi held above a crowd. Credit: Reuters
Obama Puts Syria Strikes on Hold; German Election Debate20130911U.S pursues plan to get Syria to hand over chemical weapons; election debate from Berlin.
Philippines ; China reform20131115We hear the latest from the Philippines aid effort. Also, we discuss the major social reforms announced in China. The Communist party say they plan to relax some current regulations that will ease the country's one child policy and abolish China's much criticised system of labour camps. What does this mean for those living in China and how China is viewed in the modern world? (Picture credit: AFP PHOTO / WANG ZHAOWANG ZHAO/AFP/Getty Images)
Philippines: Analysis of an Aid Mission20131114We hear from those involved in the Philippines aid effort as well as previous disasters.
Robin Williams: Comedy And Depression20140812
Robin Williams: Comedy And Depression20140812After the actor's death, we speak to comedians and others who also suffer from depression.||(Photo credit: AFP)
Royal Pregnancy20140908Today we discuss three news stories getting a lot of attention worldwide. Firstly, we discuss the announcement that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant and expecting her second child. We also hear from other women expecting children and discuss what it's like to break the news to family and friends. Secondly the FIFA head, Sepp Blatter, has said he will stand for re-election as president of football's world governing body next year. A lot has been said about Blatter's management of world football so far. We hear from areas of the world where the often controversial Blatter is very popular. Thirdly, in tennis, there is a lot of discussion ahead of Japan's Kei Nishikori playing in today's US Open final. Nishikori is the first Asian to appear in a grand slam final. We hear from Japanese fans and discuss if this is a new era for tennis and why Asian players have not done so well before now.
Should a Convicted Rapist be Allowed to Play Football Again?20141118Live from Sheffield asking if Ched Evans should be allowed to play for Sheffield United.||(Photo: Ched Evans. Credit: Press Association)
Should India be trying to go to Mars? ; M23 to end DRC insurgency20131105Should India be trying to go to Mars? India has successfully launched a spacecraft to Mars - with the aim of becoming the fourth space agency to reach the Red Planet. The mission is costing $72m, which is considered to be comparatively cheap, but some commentators have still questioned whether a country with one of the highest rankings for childhood malnutrition in the world should be spending such money on a space mission. |Also, where does the future lie for the Democratic Republic of Congo? The M23 rebel group in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo says it's ending its insurgency, hours after the government claimed military victory. The movement has said it will adopt "purely political means" to achieve its goals.|(Picture credit: AFP PHOTO/Prakash SINGHPRAKASH SINGH/AFP/Getty Images)
Should Russia be stripped of World Cup 2018? And, who are Hamas?20140728
Should Russia be stripped of World Cup 2018? And, who are Hamas?20140728We speak to those calling for Fifa to deny Russia the World Cup. And we ask people who are, or have been, close to the Hamas to tell us who they really are.||(Image source: AFP)
Syria and The ICC20130910Is Obama showing decisive leadership on Syria? Also, is The ICC unfair on Africa?
Syria: Obama vows to pursue diplomacy20130911Reaction to President Obama has postponing a Congress vote on military action in Syria.
Syrian Civil War 'in Stalemate'20130920Syria's deputy prime minister says the government is ready to propose a ceasefire
Syria's Diaspora20130912How are Syrians around the world reacting to the developing Syrian diplomacy story?
UK Hacking Trial Verdict ; Nigeria Abductions20140624
US begins air strikes against the Islamic State20140808
US begins air strikes against the Islamic State20140808Reaction as air strikes begin in Iraq against the Islamic State (IS).
Was Arafat poisoned? ; Do we need a Muslim cartoon superhero?20131107An investigation into the death of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat is said to show high levels of radioactive material in his body. The Swiss scientists conducting the tests say they cannot be certain that Mr Arafat was poisoned with polonium. As we learn more about the outcome of the investigation we discuss what does what this could mean and where we are with the Middle East peace process? |Also, do need a Muslim cartoon superhero? The home of characters such as Spiderman and Hulk is introducing a new Muslim female character with special powers - a 16-year-old Muslim-American girl named Kamala Khan. Marvel Comics say it is important that their comics 'reflect the ever-changing world that we live in'.|(Photo credit: Hondros/Getty Images)
Westgate Attack in Kenya20130923You help us report the latest developments in the stand-off at a Nairobi shopping centre
Your questions on Ebola20140703
Your questions on Ebola20140703Getting answers to your questions on the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.
Your questions to Chris Gunness from UNRWA20140804
Your questions to Chris Gunness from UNRWA20140804Chris Gunness, spokesperson for UNRWA takes your questions on Gaza. We also get your reaction to the news of the Thai surrogate baby case.||Pic credit: AFP