Cam Adair was once gaming for 16 hours a day. He explains how he turned his life around.
How do you break the cycle of gaming addiction?
‘Why I met the man who murdered my identical twin’
Nick Dawson describes the moment he came face to face with one of his twin's killers.
What is it like to care for adults with autism?
Nihal speaks to journalist Mikey Kay, whose brother Spencer was born with severe autism.
Losing a pet: Why the grief is real
Ashleigh, who won Britain's Got Talent with her dog Pudsey, talks about pet bereavement.
‘Why do some white people feel uncomfortable around black men?’
Writer Derek Owusu talks about the problem of micro-aggressions in society.
Growing up rural: No country for young people?
Nihal Arthanayake takes a look at the challenges of growing up in the countryside.
Game On - Embers of War, Hound of Difficulty
Gareth Powell discusses Fleet of Knives, second part of the Embers of War trilogy.
Dr Anne Curtis discovers the origins of 'base 60'.
Dave Gorman and Chris Addison chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.
Egyptian Cooling Methods
Professor Graeme Maidment asks if ancient Egypt answers today's need for sustainable cool.
Gabrielle Walker finds if Aristotle's treatise on meteorology stands the test of time.