On this week's show: An eyewitness account of atrocities in Syria and a frank description of what it's like to live with pedophilia. Also, stories from Argentina, Latvia and Spain featuring people coming to terms with the ghosts of previous regimes.
Produced by Neil King, Kate Laycock, Nancy Isenson and Jürgen Kuhn.
Over the past few months, Donatella Rovera has repeatedly entered Syria to report on the unfolding conflict, and the plight of the civilian population.
Donatella Rovera is Amnesty International's Senior Crisis Adviser
Pilar Campiglia is the daughter of one of tens of thousands of people who were "disappeared" during Argentina's so-called "dirty war."
Report: Eilis O'Neill
Sandr Riga was declared insane by Soviet doctors seeking to repress political dissent. Now, finally, he hopes to have that judgment revoked.
Report: Gederts Gelzis
Filmmaker Alessandro Pugno uncovers a dark secret in Spain's Valley of the Fallen.
Report: Ashifa Kassam
Max is sexually attracted to children, but is determined never to act out on those desires.
Report: Diana Ach
Photographer Hana Vojáčková on "Red Balloon 86," her haunting take on loss, childhood, and the ruins of Chernobyl.
Hana Vojáčková is a Czech-born photographer based in London. "Red Balloon 86" will be at London's Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood until November