It took a shipwreck to turn John Graham into a giraffe. David Allen talks to an adventurer, peacemaker and risk-taker extraordinaire.
01 June 2005
Stan Hazell talks to Teame Mebrahtu —a refugee who has devoted his life to education.
01 April 2005
When refugees poured in to Albania during the war in Kosovo, they set Ela Kaloshi on the road to forgiving. She talks to Bob Webb.
01 February 2005
William Commanda, an aboriginal North American chief, survived cancer and alcoholism to pioneer the idea of a ‘Circle of Nations’, reports Henry F Heald.
01 December 2004
A London-based former Vietnamese boatperson and his Japanese wife tell Kenneth Noble of their love of music, teaching and freedom.
01 October 2004
When Carl Clowes applied for a job as a doctor in North Wales, he could not have foreseen that it would lead him to launching the UK’s first cooperative village—or becoming Honorary Consul for Lesotho. He talks to Paul Williams.
01 August 2004
Rebuilding after war - and rebuilding relationships - are keys to sustainable development says agriculturalist, Paul Craig
01 June 2004
Twenty-three years in Parliament, nine months in the Cabinet, seven months in prison—Jonathan Aitken talks to Mary Lean.
01 April 2004
Former submarine commander Douglas Johnston believes that religion is 'the missing dimension of statecraft'. He tells his story to Bob Webb.
01 February 2004
Corruption is bad for business, says Suresh Vazirani, Managing Director of an award-winning hi-tech company. He talks to Michael Smith.
01 December 2003