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Christchurch: how do you find the terrorists among the trolls?
Should egg freezing be free?
More women are considering it, but egg freezing is an expensive choice.
Why is the Pope worried about robots?
Artificial intelligence raises big questions about what it means to be human.
Should we say nice things about Bradford?
Identity, positivity and an experiment to find good news.
What should you do when there’s a terrorist attack?
Lessons from a past attack prepare us for the next.
Dr. Evil: why is consent not enough?
The body modification artist who went to prison.
Did one Russian mastermind this political chaos?
How Vladislav Surkov got deep inside our heads.
Is climate change the only thing making natural disasters worse?
Cyclone Idai is not just about climate change.
Can Grindr be kinder?
How Grindr changed the dating app game
Has Brexit already changed me?
The UK didn’t leave the EU today as planned, but a lot has changed.
True Crime: how ethical is it?
As the genre gets bigger so do concerns for the victims.
Would celebrities make better politicians?
A comedian could be Ukraine’s next president, but celebs don't often hold office here.
How dangerous are far right hipsters?
How an Austrian YouTuber was linked to the New Zealand mosque attack.
What’s Chelsea doing about racism?
Chelsea’s chairman Bruce Buck tells us what the club is doing to educate fans.
Marc Maron: how did podcasts become mainstream?
The godfather of podcasting on interviewing a president in his garage.
Did the financial crisis change banking?
A court case against a senior banker has brought back memories of 2008.
How did a teenager become the UK’s biggest cyber criminal?
Zain Qaiser made hundreds of thousands blackmailing porn users from his parents’ house.
Would we have Brexit without the Tories?
The story of the Conservative Party’s decades-long battle over Europe.
Why is Korean spy cam porn everyone’s problem?
Hidden cameras, toilets and 5G – the epidemic that started in Korea and is spreading.
Are Extinction Rebellion the new Suffragettes?
The climate change activists prepared to break the law to save the planet.
Why would you stab someone? Part 2
Ex-gang member Jay tries to find a solution to knife crime.
What should we think about Julian Assange?
Hero, hacker, narcissist… the Wikileaks founder is an ambiguous figure.
Should you get sacked for posting what you believe?
A rugby star’s anti-gay Instagram highlights an identity crisis for some Christians.
Why would your mattress spy on you?
What surveillance capitalism could take from us
Lyra McKee: what did she want us to know?
A young journalist’s death reveals the trauma that persists in Northern Ireland.
Can we save the planet and still keep our stuff?
From cheap tops to takeaway spoons, the dilemmas are unavoidable.
What does Sri Lanka tell us about the future of Islamic State?
IS had been defeated, we thought, but it is being linked to the bombings in Sri Lanka.
Jonathan Coffey asks what impartiality now means for broadcasters in a polarised society.
Government urged to scrap some pension benefits to help struggling young people.
Do you think this is fair?
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