Test your bias and see if these facts are for Yung Filly or Prince Harry.
Do you think people should be free to be anonymous online? Check yourself and see if your opinion can be swayed.
When asked who they’d believe most to tell them the truth about the news one per cent of 11-16 year olds chose politicians, while five per cent said influencers.
It's not what you think... find out what CRAAP stands for and how it can help you find news you can trust.
Do you know that unconscious bias can affect how you see and judge people and stories?
People will say all kind of odd, mean or funny things online that they wouldn't say in person.
People say things online that they wouldn't say in person. Some students tell us some of things people say to Raheem Sterling.
Jacob and Ollie Ball swap where they get their news from with their grandmas - phones v newspapers.
Can these people put aside unconscious bias to match the fact with the correct celebrity?
People consume news in lots of different ways. Can you guess these headline stats about how and where we get the latest stories?
Other Side of the Story is here to help you spot fake news, break out of your echo chamber and listen to every side of every story.
Kaz Kamwi and Johnny Carey swap phones to see if they can break out of their echo chambers.
We show the public some famous faces - let's see their opinions before they get the facts.
Our social media feeds often just back up what we want to think rather than challenging our views.
Nihal Arthanayake looks at some simple steps which will help separate real news from false news.
Vick Hope gives the lowdown on different types of fake news and how they affect us.
Vick Hope finds out how fake news plays on our emotions and why we should pause before we share.
See if you can separate the real images from the fakes.
TikTok star Ehiz learns how to spot trustworthy sites when searching for the latest news or information.
Separate the facts from the fakes with our tricky quiz.