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The carbon consequence of streaming, stats on sepsis and stretching Bill Bryson to Pluto
Coronavirus, emotions and guns
Numbers that matter in measuring outbreaks, smelly stats around scent and more.
Tracking Terror Suspects
Costing counter-terrorism, interrogating tomatoes, the UK's reading age, politics and GDP
Coronavirus, Jam, AI and Tomatoes
Covid-19 stats, spreading jam far and wide, cooking with AI, plus James Wong on vegetables
The risks of Covid-19 for different age groups and what restrictions mean for the economy
Coronavirus deaths, face masks and a potential baby boom
Is the coronavirus death count misleading because of delays in reporting?
Supermarket stockpiling, A-level results and Covid-19 gender disparity
Is the coronavirus pandemic having a different impact on men and women?
Comparing countries, the risk to NHS staff, and birdsong
We compare Covid-19 rates around the world. When is the UK going to be past the worst?
Ethnic minority deaths, climate change and lockdown
Are doctors from ethnic minority backgrounds disproportionately affected by Covid-19?
Testing truth, fatality rates, obesity risk and trampolines.
Did the UK really carry out 100,000 coronavirus tests in one day?
Vitamin D, explaining R and the 2 metre rule
Is Vitamin D an under-appreciated weapon in the fight against Covid-19?
School re-opening, Germany’s Covid success and statistically savvy parrots
Will re-opening some schools put children or their teachers at risk?
Obeying lockdown, flight arrivals, and is this wave of the epidemic waning?
Does the data show this wave of the epidemic is waning in the UK?
False negatives, testing capacity and pheasants
How accurate are the swab tests used to diagnose Covid-19?
Antibody tests, early lockdown advice and European deaths
Are more people are dying of Covid-19 in the UK than all the EU countries put together?
Quarantine, Test and Trace and BODMAS
Is it true that Covid-19 mostly kills people who would die soon anyway?
Child Poverty, School Inequality and a Second Wave
As lockdown eases, why hasn't there been a spike in infections?
Why Did the UK Have Such a Bad Covid-19 Epidemic?
Bad decision-making, bad advice, or bad luck?