Identity, positivity and an experiment to find good news.
Should we say nice things about Bradford?
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.
What is justice in the age of Trump?
One of America’s top lawyers on the White House and the law.
Are we being duped by the multi-level millionaires?
The direct selling schemes targeting young women with the opportunity to earn big.
Can India become a better place for women?
More women than ever are voting in the world’s biggest democracy.
Does it matter if we can’t afford to live in cities?
Big city living is more popular – and more expensive - than ever.
Is Caster Semenya a victim?
She’s Olympic champion and a national hero, but she’s lost her fight to run as herself.
Who would be a politician?
They get a lot of stick, but someone’s got to do it.
Chernobyl: how do we split fact from fiction?
The world’s worst nuclear disaster has been dramatised for TV
When does a royal become a celebrity?
Harry, Meghan and baby Archie are changing the monarchy.
What does one rape trial tell us about lad culture and consent?
The cricketer jailed for rape after setting up a sexual conquest game on WhatsApp.
Anna Sorokin: how do you fake your way into high society?
The high-rolling German heiress who wasn’t.
Is Uber stalling?
The company is planning world domination, but may never make a profit.
Could Eurovision change Israel and the Palestinians?
This year the song contest feels a bit more serious than usual.
What does the Hollywood college scandal tell us about class privilege?
Money, class and university admissions.
How did Amar find his mum?
The man who thought he was an orphan for almost 30 years.
The award-winning author on race and public shaming.
Why are female MPs terror targets?
What the Rosie Cooper murder plot reveals about the far-right.
Huawei: what’s the problem with Chinese phones?
What a clash over a phone operating system says about global superpowers.
Why is revenge porn still spreading?
A file-sharing website contains explicit images of women “from every city in the UK”.
How did Jamie Oliver change food culture?
His restaurants have gone bust but he changed food forever.
What does Europe think?
The new prime minister will be dealing with a new Europe.
Jon Ronson: what does porn tell us about hypocrisy?
Journalist and podcaster Jon Ronson explains his fascination with the porn industry.
Why is it so hard to go undercover?
The people exposing abuse tell us why they do it.
Fortnite: more than a video game?
Welcome to the Metaverse.
Why is Malaysia sending our rubbish back?
Recycling from the UK is piling up in South East Asia.
Is this a golden age for English football?
It feels like a good time to be a fan of the beautiful game.
Why did the Windsors want to meet the Trumps?
There’s more to the Trump visit than meets the eye.
Tiananmen: how dangerous is protest in China now?
Activists are being arrested for speaking out about the bloodshed 30 years ago.
What happens when you get health advice on Instagram?
A Russian influencer is exposed.
DNA testing: is it worth it?
The risks and rewards of finding out your genetic makeup.
The artist on how advances in tech are creating a new dark age.
Why aren’t lesbian couples taken seriously?
The particular struggles faced by gay women.
Black Mirror: what makes it work?
Series creator Charlie Brooker on porn, politicians and phone addiction.
Grenfell: what have we learnt?
We may never have all the answers, but we have some.
Should we kill elephants to save them?
You can now hunt the world’s largest elephant population.
The host of The Daily on podcasts and President Trump.
Why are teenagers paid to stab each other?
Merseyside teenagers say gang leaders are handing out bounties.
Thai cave rescue: what really happened?
How amateur cavers pulled off the rescue of the century.
Have Hong Kong’s young people held back China’s superpower?
The protests are on hold, but the clock is still ticking.
What did a police shooting reveal about Huddersfield?
Mobeen Azhar returns to his hometown to uncover a violent underworld.
Johny Pitts: Afropean
The author Johny Pitts on the search for his identity.
Why are Muslims in China being locked up?
Behind the walls of Xinjiang’s “thought transformation” camps.
Is Boris Johnson untouchable?
The battle to be Prime Minister - and a mind game involving a black Boris Johnson.
Will the Gangnam sex scandal change Korea?
Reports of women being drugged, raped and filmed in clubs rock the K-pop playground.
Heatwave: is this climate change?
Temperature records are being broken across Europe
Glastonbury: how did the hippies go mainstream?
The shindig on a farm that became the most famous festival in the world.
Kim Jong-un: how did ‘rocket man’ and Trump become friends?
Few westerners visit North Korea, but the US president just did.
How did Anna Campbell end up dead in Syria?
Why a 26 year-old from East Sussex joined the front line with Kurdish fighters.
Could hashtags save Sudan?
A revolution in Sudan has spread online.
Pride: when is a rainbow not enough?
Businesses have joined the carnival, but for many LGBT people fear and violence continue.
Vampire Weekend at Glastonbury
The band’s singer and creative force Ezra Koenig on Stormzy, tech, and anxiety.
Deadliest Day 1: Thrill of war
9 platoon touch down in Afghanistan.
Deadliest Day 2: That day
The events of 10 July 2009 still haunt the survivors.
Deadliest Day 3: Dead eyes
After their deadliest day, the platoon have to carry on fighting.
Deadliest Day 4: Remedial banter
If you joke about your trauma, does that get you through?
Deadliest Day 5: Nobody can measure
Kevin Holt died 9 years after coming home. He wasn’t the only one.
Deadliest Day 6: Finding quiet
Whose responsibility is it when a soldier suffers from PTSD?
‘I can’t just interview people I agree with’
Dotun Adebayo with news, interviews and stories from around the world.
RSA's Food, Farming and Countryside Commission report, the cost of food without pesticides, 100 years of wheat
Should all UK farming be putting the environment before food production?
No planes, but trains and automobiles
Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper discuss the latest rail review and driverless cars.
The story of Chicago's Depression-era black renaissance and the artists that led it.
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