On this week's show: Egypt's troubled anniversary, Brazil's man-in-the-middle and India's environmental crusader. Plus, a selection of inspiring stories featuring people who refuse to let physical disability limit or define them.
Produced by Neil King, Kate Laycock, Thomas Schmidt and Nancy Isenson
Andre Barros is one of a group of Brazilian lawyers who are putting themselves between protesters and the police.
Report: Dom Phillips
Cairo-based reporter Jahd Khalil looks back at the Muslim Brotherhood's first year in power.
Interview: Neil King / Kate Laycock
Eminent Indian environmentalist Vandana Shiva links Himalayan flooding to crisis of values at the heart of the global economic system.
Extract from Vandana Shiva's address to DW's Global Media Forum, June 2013
Nigerian journalist Toyosi Ogunseye on exposing a major industrial pollution scandal in the heart of an upscale Lagos neighborhood.
Interview: Kate Laycock
When an accident left Dominic Webb paralyzed from the neck down, he refused to let his disability prevent him from enjoying sexual intimacy.
Report: Stuart Holdsworth
When the Ottawa Capital City Condors play hockey, it doesn't matter who's able-bodied and who's not. All that counts is teamwork.
Report: Sian Griffiths