Twenty-five years since the end of apartheid, South Africa is still wrestling with its legacy. Vast swathes of farmland are still owned by the white minority, and now the government is looking to speed up land reform across the country. John Ray reports.
Debi Edward meets families in South Korea who have been separated from relatives in the north for decades.
For centuries in remote parts of Northern Albania, an extraordinary medieval tradition has been upheld allowing some women to live as men if they took a vow of celibacy. These women – known as sworn virgins – were allowed the privileges and freedoms of a man. Penny Marshall reports.