Indonesia is home to the planet's most polluted river and a textile industry supplying some of the world's biggest fashion brands
Unreported World meets the extraordinary dancers and musicians at Iraq's only music and ballet school, battling to keep their art alive against the rising tide of violence in Baghdad
This powerful episode documents the lives of Thai children as young as seven who fight in the brutal sport of Muay Thai, knocking out their opponents with elbows, knees, feet and fists
At least 30 vehicles are carjacked every day in South Africa. Marcel Theroux joins Andries Hlongwane, who works for a private security firm, as he chases gunmen and recovers stolen cars.
In a remote area of Madagascar, behaviour is controlled by taboos handed down from long-dead ancestors, which are leading to twins being abandoned and their mothers becoming outcasts
Krishnan Guru-Murthy presents an episode filmed on both sides of the lines in Lebanon, as Sunni Muslim fighters besiege an Alawite neighbourhood in a conflict mirroring the one in Syria
Ade Adepitan investigates the growth of homophobic attacks in Jamaica and meets a gay and transgender group who've ended up living in a storm drain and suffer shocking violence and attacks
Krishnan Guru-Murthy visits Senegal to reveal how cancer patients across Africa are being deprived of pain-relieving drug morphine, although governments have the funds to purchase supplies
Unreported World provides a unique view of what life is like for the health workers battling Ebola in Sierra Leone and the families affected by the virus
Unreported World investigates how dog thieves are stealing thousands of pet dogs from family homes in Vietnam to meet the demand for dog meat
Unreported World visits Lebanon to reveal the plight of some of the most vulnerable refugees fleeing the war in Syria: disabled people, many of whom are children
Unreported World meets some of the thousands of young Russian women moving to China to become models, but finding the work and conditions a lot harder than they had expected
Krishnan Guru-Murthy examines the Indian government's drive to provide electricity for every village in the country, and how it will affect the country's environment
Ade Adepitan meets the inspirational head teacher in Honduras who's battling to give his pupils the best chance of survival in one of the most dangerous places on Earth
Libya is so dangerous most foreigners have left. Embedded in Tripoli's fire station, reporter Seyi Rhodes and director Laura Warner gained a vivid snapshot of life in a disintegrating country.
Unreported World follows the inspirational work of the sign language teachers transforming the lives of deaf children and adults in Uganda who have never been able to communicate until now