How notions of innocence in the 21st Century shapes childhood in the UK and South Korea
Central American exodus, as desperate parents send their children across the US border
Lithium batteries may be the future for cars, but does Bolivia hold the keys?
This week we pitch our tent at a financial festival to host a whole range of discussions
Jostein Gaarder on his novel Sophie’s World, the story of a teenage girl and a philospher
How a global hashtag brings fasting Muslims together
The 'weird' or the 'fun' and consumption via mobile buck the latest trends in news
Baroness Oona King discovers her American family’s role in the fight for equality
What is coincidence and why do we attach meaning to it?
Is invisibility good or bad? Is it a matter of optics, morality or magic?
The dilemmas faced by charities trying to help people in areas run by militant groups
A report on the outrage over Facebook research into mood manipulation
A paper claiming to make stem cells by adding acid to adult cells has been retracted
Iraqis remember abuse in Abu Ghraib jail, plus a US soldier on the Awakening movement.
Sunday 6 July 2014