The Pleasure of the stroll: Kyoto off the beaten path.

Kyoto, a favourite with both international and local tourists, continues to attract visitors to admire its festivals, gardens and historical homes.

The Pleasure of the stroll: Kyoto off the beaten path.

Kyoto, a favourite with both international and local tourists, continues to attract visitors to admire its festivals, gardens and historical homes.

How to be a network political TV reporter

The BBC’s Laura Trevelyan explains how to get your foot in the door of political television news and climb to the top…

The Red Army Remembered By A Conscript

May Day parades through Moscow, past the Kremlin and Kruschev, Breschnev, whoever, propped up to take the salute. Those of us who lived through the Cold War will never forget these displays of Soviet might, designed to reassure the comrades at home and intimidate the capitalists of the west.

The Red Army Remembered By A Conscript

May Day parades through Moscow, past the Kremlin and Kruschev, Breschnev, whoever, propped up to take the salute. Those of us who lived through the Cold War will never forget these displays of Soviet might, designed to reassure the comrades at home and intimidate the capitalists of the west.

Face-to-face with Pope John-Paul II

Some cried, some fainted, and almost everyone was hysterical, but what did an unexpected viewing of the Pope mean to a non-believer?

Pope John-Paul II passes away

Pope John-Paul II, the Polish pontiff who led the Roman Catholic Church for more than 26 years, has died aged 84…

Getting Real on City's Drug Problem

Strategies aimed at tackling an increasing drug problem in Derry, Northern Ireland must be based in reality, according to a prominent local drugs worker. John McBride, of the Divert Project, was speaking in the wake of Belfast’s hosting of the 16th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, held in late March.

Getting Real on City's Drug Problem

Strategies aimed at tackling an increasing drug problem in Derry, Northern Ireland must be based in reality, according to a prominent local drugs worker. John McBride, of the Divert Project, was speaking in the wake of Belfast’s hosting of the 16th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, held in late March.

Real life: My baby made medical history as the first successful heart transplant

Carol Davidson's little girl has just celebrated her 18th birthday when her parents thought she wouldn't make it to her first birthday.

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