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Newsbeat asks if listeners' postmen could be unknowingly delivering drugs ordered online.
Jamal Edwards, founder of SBTV, discovers how smartphones are changing the world.
Radio 1 meets three vloggers with life-limiting illnesses.
Rick Edwards takes an irreverent look back at the key political happenings of 2016.
Adele Roberts looks at why bodybuilding is more popular than ever among young women.
Pete Tong celebrates 25 years on BBC Radio 1 by looking back on his 'firsts'.
Dev and Yasmin investigate the future of contraception and ask if men should do more.
Newsbeat investigates the circumstances surrounding the death of 14-year-old Izzy Dix.
DJ Target picks out ten defining moments from Wiley's life and career to date...
Seani B explores the realities of life in the UK for a young black man or women.
Clara Amfo reveals why she is a secret fan of musicals.
Why does slavery still exist in the U.K.? Enslaved victims speak out for the first time.
A look at the closure of London club Fabric and a debate on the future of clubbing.
Go behind the scenes with Annie Mac at some of the events of summer 2016!
Newsbeat examines the impact easy online access to pornography has had on a generation.
Chris Stark gets down with the clowns at US rap festival The Gathering of the Juggalos.
Toddla T celebrates five decades of Europe's biggest street party.
Chris Stark heads to Holland for Dominator, the world's biggest hardcore festival.
DJ Semtex tells the story of Olympic host city Rio de Janeiro's growing hip-hop scene.
Nick Bright joins the track and field team as they make their final preparations for Rio.
DJ Semtex goes through ten of the biggest beefs in rap history.
Charlie Sloth joins a group of teenagers and heads to the classroom for a lesson on Tupac.
Two-part documentary about the riots of 2011.
The Riots, Five Years On homepage
Greg James explores what it takes to make it as a WWE superstar!
Daniel P Carter hears how Bring Me the Horizon became one of Britain's metal bands.
Clara Amfo and mathematician Dr Hannah Fry use numbers to explore artists' careers.
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Charles is a 17-year-old boy suffering from anorexia, Radio 1's Newsbeat tells his story.
Dev heads to Tokyo to investigate the phenomenal rise of Japanese band Babymetal.
Mim Shaikh explores Butetown, one of Cardiff's youngest and most diverse areas.
Clara Amfo explores the impact of losing a parent a year after the death of her father.