People say it's only a patch of sand, no it's not. It was a unique and valuable wilderness, valuable to Scotland, valuable to the UK and valuable to those of us who live here. This development is a tragedy.
The morning of Saturday 27th July 1996 was bright, sunny and warm. The weather had been the same all week and I felt immensely optimistic about life, I remember having one of those rare euphoric moments when you know that things are going to work out alright.
The Black Sea, straddling Europe and Asia, links north to south and east to west with oil, gas, transportation and trade routes. Mathias Depardon departs Istanbul to travel around its shores and see how this region is changing.
Young men in the working class neighbourhoods of Monterrey, Mexico, grow up amidst drugs and gang violence. Tom King was given unique access to photograph two street gangs and see what being a man in this harsh environment really means.