WorldLink: Exiled musicians bring Syrian talent to UK
Having fought to keep their musical traditions alive amid years of conflict, musicians from Syria are now continuing their work abroad. Ashley Byrne went to Manchester's Celebrating Syria festival to meet one of the artists boosting Britain's Arab music scene.
WorldLink: Life in limbo for refugees in Indonesia
Thousands of refugees seeking safety in Indonesia have no access to work, education or health care. Many feel their only hope is to wait to be resettled in a country that will recognize their rights. Nicole Curby meets one woman trying to cope with the uncertainty.
WorldLink: Tensions stir in the Mediterranean
Charity rescue ships working to save migrants from drowning in the Mediterranean are facing increasing hostility from Libyan authorities - and from a group of anti-migrant activists who have chartered their own boat in the area. Samantha Early spoke with a young woman working on board one of the NGO boats.
WorldLink: Revisiting rock billboards on the Sunset Strip
If you were driving down California's Sunset Strip during the late 1960s, you would have been treated to what was essentially an outdoor rock 'n' roll art gallery. But it wasn't always that way. As reporter Anny Celsi discovered, the very first rock billboard arrived on the strip 50 years ago - just in time for the "Summer of Love."