Four British Pakistani students, two girls and two boys discuss race, cricket, families, religion, identity and career ambitions, with a few surprises and some singing thrown in.
The story of the Thalassaemia Welfare Centre, how this severe illness affects the lives of those too impoverished to afford treatment.
The archaeological heritage of the ancient capital of Sindh, Mansurah from 700 AD, its Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim history
Luton 6th Form student Ali Khawar makes an early pitch as the next BBC Film critic
Lutonian and British Pakistani Fakhra Kahn, talking (signing) about her experiences since immigrating to Britain, with her daughter Sarah
Jon snow talks candidly to Suzanne Wakefield of London Metropolitan University about how Pakistan is portrayed and covered in the media.
KVTC is the first Vocational Education and Training centre for intellectually disabled people in Pakistan. This is the story of KVTC graduate Mumtaz.
Hameed Haroon, CEO of Dawn newspaper group, presents a short sharp look at issues in Pakistan, particularly the letting down of he young.
After Karachi and Lahore, Islamabad hosts its first literary festival.
A large Buddhist settlement in Pakistan could disappear due to lack of state care and criminal gangs.
About Pakistan Calling
Discover Pakistan Calling: a project aiming to increase awareness and support for Pakistani civil society organisations, and activists, working to tackle the country’s many pressing social problems.