Janet Hemingway on malaria and the coming of insecticide resistance with Jim al-Khalili
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
My terrorist step-brother, Mandela's closest assistant, and a sentimental taxi journey.
What is coincidence and why do we attach meaning to it?
Will the current generation have a shorter life span than their parents due to obesity?
Is invisibility good or bad? Is it a matter of optics, morality or magic?
The 'weird' or the 'fun' and consumption via mobile buck the latest trends in news
Waste water pumping following oil extraction causes earthquakes in Oklahoma
What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?
Berivan Kilic escaped a violent marriage, went back to school and then took to politics
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
How notions of innocence in the 21st Century shapes childhood in the UK and South Korea
Uncharged electrical devices are unwelcome on some planes. We assess the implications.
How do general anaesthetics work in the body?
Meet New York City's rookie taxi drivers, mostly immigrants grappling with a new culture
Tuesday 8 July 2014