On this week's show: A personal account of running the 2013 Boston Marathon, a playwright's perspective on the Thatcher years, and the South Korean islanders nervous for their future. All that, plus various stories of "home" from around the globe.
Produced by: Kate Laycock, Neil King, Christoph Groove, Thomas Schmidt and Andre Leslie.
For runner Shannon Leach, competing in the 2013 Boston Marathon was a dream come true. Then that dream turned into a nightmare.
Shannon Leach is a nurse and amateur runner.
When tensions mount between North and South Korea, the last place you want to be is on an island stuck between the two.
Report: Jason Strother
A playwright's perspective on Margaret Thatcher and her impact on the arts in Britain.
David Edgar is a British playwright and president of the Writer's Guild of Great Britain.
Bill Tuttle, 91, and his struggle to keep his home, which is built on land claimed by the Colorado River Indian Tribes.
Report: John Sepulvado
Afro-Colombians have lived in Cartagena for generations, but getting their land rights officially recognized has proved difficult.
Report: Nick Davis
The Eritrean diaspora plays an important role in campaigning for democratic change within the country.
Report: Rizwan Sayed
The story of the man who invented the gadget you just can't live without.
Report: Ashley Byrne