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Generation Z and the Art of Self-Maintenance
The first digital generation is self-taught. Huddersfield Gen Z-ers tell us their stories
Shappi Khorsandi Gets Organised
Shappi Khorsandi is disorganised. Can the professionals help get her life in order?
The Corrections: The Carbonara Case
The Corrections is the series which looks at how journalists tell news stories.
Russell Kane's Right to Buy
Russell Kane wrestles with the impact of his dad’s purchase of their council house.
Make Me a Programme
Can a robot host a radio show? Conversation designer Georgia Lewis-Anderson finds out.
Writer Lou Stoppard explores the relationship between music and high fashion.
Middlesbrough, Money and Me
Steph McGovern asks how we improve our practical maths to help us tackle daily life.
The Hand Detectives
How the forensic science of hand identification is being used to investigate crime.
The Way I See It: John Waters on Lee Lozano's Untitled 1963
American film director John Waters makes his selection from the MoMA collection.
Fear in the Furrows
Exploring the darker side of the landscape and the revival of Folk Horror in the arts.
Into the Manosphere
Follow activist Phillip Tanzer on a tour of the men’s rights community.
Journalist Malcolm Jack tells a little-known story from the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The 21st Century Curriculum
If teenagers had more say in what they learn, would they be more engaged with school?
Why do I get sleepy?
We ask what happens in our body and brain when tiredness takes over
Aleks Krotoski tells a story of where divinity, technology and mental illness all collide.
With Tim Weeks
Tim Weeks explores the weird and wonderful world of Wiltshire online.
Game On - Of Birds and Wolves
Adam meets writer Simon Parking to talk about his new book 'A Game of Birds and Wolves'
Nuclear Waste & Decommissioning
Adam Walton explores strategies for the long-term disposal of nuclear waste.