Businesses spend millions on anti-bias training – but does it work?
Can You Train People To Be Less Prejudiced?
Are We Heading for a Trade War?
The high-stakes showdown between the US and China on trade.
Can We Eat Our Way Out Of Climate Change?
Changing what we eat could be one of the fastest ways to slow down climate change
Can We Ever Understand Animals?
Humans spend hours studying our fellow animals. But will we ever truly understand them?
What does Iran think of the West?
Exploring why many Iranians are suspicious of the motives of the outside world
Is Africa’s Longest War Really Over?
Ethiopia and Eritrea have just signed a peace deal ending two decades of war.
Is WhatsApp Fuelling Vigilantism?
What is it about this simple messaging platform that fuels emotions and spreads fear?
Can We Control 3D Printing?
Does the 3D printing revolution mean that people anywhere can print anything they want?
Could We See Another Aids Pandemic?
Are we losing the battle against Aids?
Who’s in the Driving Seat of the US – Saudi Relationship?
The forces steering the alliance between the US and Saudi Arabia
How Do You Run A Hacking Operation?
We reveal the secrets of some of the world’s most advanced and secretive cyber-powers.
Is Women’s Sport In Trouble?
Who gets to compete as a woman?
The Inquiry Junior - What’s Killing Africa’s Elephants?
Poachers, jewellery makers and angry farmers: the story behind the decline of elephants
The Inquiry Junior - Why are North and South Korea divided?
The story of how a line on a map becomes a hard state border that no one can cross.
Is Genetic Testing Overrated?
DNA testing is big business - but could the results be harmful?
Should We Rethink the Ban on Child Labour?
Most countries have signed up to a ban on child labour – but is this the best approach?
Can Delhi Clean Up Its Air?
Air pollution is suffocating Delhi – what can be done?
What Went Wrong in Indonesia?
Could the earthquake and tsunami that struck Palu, Indonesia have killed fewer people?
How long can we live?
Life expectancy is rising as medicine advances, but can we beat old age itself?
Is the China-Africa Love Affair Over?
Investment is slowing, discontent is growing – is this the beginning of the end?
How Did We Mess up Antibiotics?
We are moving towards a world where antibiotics no longer work.
What Makes A Pariah State?
Countries like Saudi Arabia can get away with murder - why not others?
Is Russia at War with the West?
The charge sheet against Moscow includes spy killings, hacks and election interference
Is the West at War with Russia?
Nato is accused of provoking Russia and breaking promises
Why Is Brexit So Hard?
A deal between the UK and the EU is on the table – but it’s a deal that few like.
Is this the Most Dangerous Time to be a Journalist?
Journalists are being hit with more violence and oppression – what is behind it?
What did #MeToo Really Achieve?
Has the movement moved away from its original remit as its founder fears?
How Did We Get Hooked on Vitamins?
Millions of us take a vitamin tablet every day, but how did they become so popular?
Are We Heading for Another Mass Extinction?
Vanishing species prompt dire warnings about life on earth.
Can We Stop a Mass Extinction?
Meet the scientists trying to save rare species – and even bring them back from the dead.
What Would It Take to Impeach Trump?
Evidence of wrongdoing within Trump’s inner circle seems to be mounting
Should We Fear ‘Designer Babies’?
The technology to edit our baby's DNA has arrived
Why Can’t So Many Children Read?
With more children in school than ever, why have reading rates been so slow to improve?
What’s so scary about Huawei?
Smartphones, sanctions and death sentences: what's going on with Huawei?
Why don't we care about Yemen?
Why is the world not focused on the death, destruction and famine in Yemen?
How do we stop young people killing themselves?
Innovative and unexpected ways to tackle youth suicide are emerging around the world
Can radicalised kids recover?
How do you rehabilitate a child caught up in violent extremism?
Are smart cities dumb?
A bright new future of clean power and easy living, or a science fiction nightmare?
Will populism destroy the European Union?
The EU faces what’s described as an existential crisis as support for populism grows.
What is the Wagner Group?
This group of fighters-for-hire has been active around the world. What’s going on?
How is space changing Earth?
What motivates the global space race - power, prestige or social progress?
Why has the Kashmir crisis lasted so long?
For 70 years India and Pakistan have fought over Kashmir. What has fuelled the violence?
How scared should we be?
The news today can be pretty terrifying, but how scared should we really be?
How can we feed 11 billion people?
The challenge to produce enough food to feed our growing population
Can you make gangs good?
Ecuador legalised some of its gangs in 2007, but did it work?
What’s next for Sudan?
President Omar al-Bashir was deposed on 11th April, but protesters still line the streets
How did K-Pop conquer the world?
Some of the world’s most successful bands are singing in Korean.
How do you move a capital city?
Indonesia has announced it is thinking of building a new capital city. Can it be done?
Is the US heading for war with Iran?
Tensions are escalating between the two countries, but will it lead to war?
Is time travel possible?
What does science tell us about the possibility of travelling in time?
Why is it always Alabama?
Why is Alabama always getting picked on in America?
Can vaccines stop Ebola in the DRC?
Can vaccines stop Ebola in the DRC or will it take more than medical intervention?
Can a government make you happy?
Should governments look beyond GDP and make our wellbeing their priority?
Is the deep ocean the answer to some of our biggest problems?
Humanity has many problems. Does the solution to some lie deep beneath our oceans' waves?
How can Chennai’s water crisis be solved?
South India’s biggest city is gripped by drought, residents have to queue for water.
What kind of Prime Minister would Boris Johnson make?
Examining the character, beliefs and ambition of Britain’s most recognisable politician