Live from Abu Dhabi Connect the World takes you on a journey across continents, investigating the stories that are changing our world.
British photographer Luke Duggleby describes his work in a Pakistani village where freed slaves have rebuilt their lives in a basic environment. His images tell a story of sadness and hope among a group of people who refuse to let their lives be defined by their past oppression.
ISIS stands accused of violating women's rights and carrying out sexual assaults in Iraq and Syria. But the Kurdish Peshmerga battling the militants actually boasts many female fighters. Diana Nammi was once among their number and has since founded the Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation. She recalls her time on the front lines and her fears for women under ISIS rule.
When you think of the Arabian peninsula, you probably think of sand, scorching sun and camels. Well, Salalah in southern Oman certainly has camels. But each summer, you might struggle to find them as the monsoon brings rain and thick mist to the region. "Inside the Middle East" Producer Jon Jensen and Photojournalist Al Skene give us an insight into the challenges and thrills of filming in Arabia's hidden green corner.
Recent pro-democracy protests have amplified Hong Kong's reputation as a heaving mass of humanity. Nicol Nicolson shows us the quieter side of the territory.
Lumphini Park is Bangkok's answer to New York's Central Park. Until recently it was best known as an unlikely haven for urban wildlife. Now that wildlife shares the park with a steadfast anti-government protest group that has created a tented city within a city. Nicol Nicolson looks at the transformation.