Penny Marshall meets climate activists clashing with miners over a coal mine in Germany.
Steve Scott heads to Jamaica to meet the island's women's football team, the Reggae Girlz.
Paul Davies returns to Dubrovnik 28 years after his reports on the siege.
ITV News journalists contribute in-depth reports from around the world.
James Mates profiles Hungary's right wing government.
Debi Edwards investigates the treatment of internet addiction in China.
Juliet Bremner visits a Veteran Treatment court in North Carolina.
Allegra Stratton meets a new wave of citizen politicians promising to remake France.
Martin Geissler is in Indiana to find out just who Vice President Mike Pence is.
Lucrezia Millarini travels to Poland to examine the country's abortion laws.
John Ray explores the legacy of inequality in post-apartheid South Africa.
Penny Marshall returns to the hurricane-ravaged British Virgin Islands.
John Ray revisits Sierra Leone, where a mudslide claimed over 1,000 lives.
Wild fires in Wyoming, post-war Mostar and wine and geo-politics in Moldova.
Conflict over lyme disease in New York state and a look at how Canadians view themselves.
James Mates travels to Catalonia and Martin Geissler is in New York to look at comedy.