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Giving peace a chance
Francine Jones returns to the scene of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s 1969 bed in for peace.
The digital election: How social media is reshaping UK democracy
US political media expert Travis Ridout assesses efforts to influence UK voters.
My Big Korean-Iranian Wedding
What happens when an Iranian marries a South Korean and their families meet?
The Secret History of GCHQ
How Scarborough saved the world
GCHQ's Scarborough station and its role in WW2, the Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis
From Bude to Berlin
GCHQ's listening station at Bude, its hidden past and how it was forced out into the open
Judy Garland: The final rainbow
The story of Judy Garland's last concerts in London at the Talk of The Town nightclub
The Rainbow Railroad
A Canadian organisation is helping LGBT people escape persecution via a secret network.
Romania’s revolution 30 years on
How has Romania moved on from its totalitarian past?
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Razia Iqbal speaks to US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Living with Star Wars
How Star Wars changed the cinematic universe in 1977
Ii: The greenest town in Europe
The town of Ii in northern Finland is a green trailblazer
Time has chosen us
The Soviet War in Afghanistan told through its teenage soldiers and their music.
Hey Sisters, Sew Sisters
The seamstresses who sewed soft goods components for space craft and space suits
The world turned upside down
What will the end of the world’s dependence on oil mean for geopolitics?
Trans in Japan
The controversial laws over how people can change gender in Japan
Germany: Justice and memory
How has Germany tried to come to terms with the legacy of its Nazi past?
The Coffin Club
Meet the New Zealanders making an art-form out of coffin creation
Greenland: Why music matters
Kate Molleson explores music’s place on the world’s largest island
My father the killer
How would you feel if your father was a convicted torturer?
Why do we hold our opponents in contempt?
The remarkable resistance of Lilo
Lilo and Erich Gloeden hid Jews from the Nazis in wartime Berlin.
South Korea’s hope in hell
The personal stories of students and young people struggling with the pressure to succeed
Survival and revival in the Torres Strait
The islanders fighting to save their home and their language
Polygamous marriage in modern Malaysia
All sorts of Muslims, some very dynamic and modern, are embracing polygamy in Malaysia.
Vanuatu’s stolen generation
Thousands of boys and young men were kidnapped and taken to work on sugar plantations
Tony's Freehold Grill: Politics on the side
The 2020 US Presidential campaign as it unfolds over the countertop of a New Jersey diner
Life on the line
What is life like for the billions of people who live along earthquake fault lines?
Relationships between black and Asian origin South Africans
Schubert’s B-Flat Piano Sonata D960
How Schubert's B-Flat Piano Sonata D960 has shaped the lives of three remarkable pianists
God Only Knows by The Beach Boys
How The Beach Boys iconic song helped people discover what it means to be in love
Back to Black by Amy Winehouse
How Amy Winehouse's song to tragic love, addiction and loss, inspired a generation