Jun 15, 2012 | 2:30Dispatches Revisiting the mender of broken hearts - Jun 14/12 Audio
Dispatches Revisiting the mender of broken hearts - Jun 14/12 Jun 15, 2012 | 2:30Samite Mulundo brought Dispatches a memorable tale of his journey to the Democratic Republic of Congo. His job was to lead music workshops to help former child soldiers and young victims of violence
work through their pain. Here's an excerpt. His original story is on our website.
Jun 15, 2012 | 15:04Dispatches Songs of redemption from Larry Joe and Aron - Jun 14/12 Audio
Dispatches Songs of redemption from Larry Joe and Aron - Jun 14/12 Jun 15, 2012 | 15:04Larry Joe had just got out of jail in South Africa when we last heard his story. He's here to talk and sing about the music career he launched in prison with the help of recording star Aron Turest-Swartz. They're now partners in bringing Larry's rehabilitation and redemption to the masses.
Jun 14, 2012 | 4:00Dispatches Mexicans rescue the American smile - Jun 14/12 Audio
Dispatches Mexicans rescue the American smile - Jun 14/12 Jun 14, 2012 | 4:00You can go broke in the U.S. just by going to the dentist. But, as with many things, more and more Americans are hiring Mexicans to do the job more cheaply. Jennifer Westaway heads south of the border to see how both patient and dentist are bringing back smiles.
Jun 7, 2012 | 6:51Dispatches Egypt's unlikely TV star - June 7/12 Audio
Dispatches Egypt's unlikely TV star - June 7/12 Jun 7, 2012 | 6:51Egypt's revolution produced at least one bona fide media star. Ghalia Mahmoud's no-nonsense cooking show delivers family meals on a budget of four bucks. Some have suggested she run for president. Derek Stoffel drops in on Ghalia's kitchen.
Jun 7, 2012 | 15:29Dispatches Bosnia's ongoing victims - June 7/12 Audio
Dispatches Bosnia's ongoing victims - June 7/12 Jun 7, 2012 | 15:29The reporter who broke the story on the Serb-run concentration camps of the war in Bosnia talks about how the victims continue to be tortured by captors who deny they did anything wrong. Ed Vulliamy on his new book The War is Dead, Long Live the War.