Nov 24, 2011 | 7:34Dispatches "A requiem, 19 years in the making" Audio
Dispatches "A requiem, 19 years in the making" Nov 24, 2011 | 7:34In Peru, Mattia Cabitza goes to a funeral, where mourners honour a group of men killed by death squads 19 years ago. It was a time when guerillas were clashing with the government, and civilians were targetted by both sides. The country's Truth and Reconciliation Commission estimates seventy-thousand people simply...disappeared. But as mass graves emerge, the dead are finally embraced.
Nov 24, 2011 | 8:38Dispatches "Jonestown revisited" Audio
Dispatches "Jonestown revisited" Nov 24, 2011 | 8:38Reporter Sarah Grainger goes back to Jonestown, Guyana, to the site of the massacre of 900 Americans in 1978, presided over by Jim Jones. Now some want to turn this site into a tourist destination...while others find that idea distasteful.
Nov 3, 2011 | 0:19Dispatches "Hope and denial in Japan" (BBC correspondent Roland Buerk) Audio
Dispatches "Hope and denial in Japan" (BBC correspondent Roland Buerk) Nov 3, 2011 | 0:19This week in Japan, a politician drank a glass of water drawn from a puddle on the floor of the crippled Fukashima nuclear plant. And meanwhile, he reports, they're planting flowers around the plant for the visit of journalists next week. Never mind that the reactors are still unstable and their water's boiling at a bazillion degrees.