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The seafarers stranded on the high seas
How thousands of seafarers are stuck working on vessels and unable to go home
Conversations on race and change
The debate surrounding the push for change by protests after the death of George Floyd
Coronavirus and Latin America
The impact of Coronavirus on Latin America: how has it dealt with the pandemic?
My fake news whodunnit
Who wrote a fake story that smeared a Senegalese politician in Michelle Madsen’s name?
The 5G con that could make you sick
Assignment investigates how bad science could be damaging people’s health
Coronavirus conversations: Another Beijing lockdown
A new spike in China's capital, escaping a violent partner and reopening a business
Rethink: Class of Covid-19 - Should I go to university?
With job cuts and falling salaries, does going to university still make financial sense?
How local newspapers the Mumbai Mirror and the Courier Journal reported the pandemic
Rethink: The edge of change
How the coronavirus pandemic has created new opportunities to change our world
New York Covid-19 diary
Public health leader Dr Tom Frieden reflects on the global pandemic.
Kenya’s locust hunters
As desert locusts swarm across East Africa, can Kenya’s locust hunters prevent a plague?
World debate: Re-engineering the future
How can engineers re-imagine the everyday and make life safer across the globe?
Coronavirus conversations: What next?
Health experts and listeners share their views of life in a post-pandemic world
Coronavirus: The economic shock
Alongside the medical emergency, what will Covid-19 mean for the global economy?
The 'grandma benches' of Zimbabwe
A scheme which trains up grandmothers in talking therapy has helped over 50,000 people
Wuhan: City of silence
Where did Covid-19 come from? John Sudworth searches for answers where it first emerged
Race in America: My enslaved ancestors
Three women share the history of slavery in their families and discuss its impact today
Why is so much of Africa still not mapped properly?