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The Death Row book club
An inmate’s first-hand account of creating a book club on Death Row.
Iran's long game
How top military commander Qasem Soleimani helped advance Iranian national interests
The Covid Generation
The effect of coronavirus on the employment prospects and lives of the class of 2020.
North Korea's celebrity defectors
How North Korean defectors have become a hugely valuable commodity in South Korea
Ethiopia and Eritrea: Rebirth at the border
What does the future hold on either side of the Ethiopia-Eritrea border?
Germany's refugee teachers
As Germany struggles with a teacher shortage, can refugee teachers fill the gap?
ADHD and me
Saeedeh Hashemi explores the upsides of ADHD for individuals and society.
What we can do with our waste
Two very different uses for everyday waste in Paraguay and Sweden
In search of the quarter-life crisis
Are millennials across the world being hit by a mid-20s crisis?
The Orgasm Gap
What should we be taught about sexual pleasure?
Abortion Under Lockdown
What happened in Texas when coronavirus closed the abortion clinics?
Don't Log Off
Don't log off
Alan Dein connects with individuals whose lives have shifted in the coronavirus pandemic.
Don't log off - part two
Alan Dein connects with individuals whose lives have shifted in the coronavirus pandemic
Don't log off - part three
Don't log off - part four
Don't log off - part five
Alan Dein connects with individuals trying to find space from those around them.
Don't log off - part six
Alan Dein connects with people who are anxious about their family businesses
Don't log off - part seven
Don't log off - part eight
Alan Dein connects with people experiencing sleepless nights during the pandemic.
Jamaica: A Brother’s Story
Steve Walker investigates the murder of his brother, a returnee from Britain to Jamaica.
America Beyond Black and White
How can America move beyond its history of racial discrimination?
In My Present Isolation
Six authors on different continents convey their thoughts during their present isolation.
Black Music in Europe
Black Music in Europe: 1900-1910
Clarke Peters uncovers the stories of black musicians in Europe up to the Jazz Age
Black Music in Europe: 1910-1920
Clarke Peters uncovers the stories of black musicians in Europe during World War One
Black Music in Europe: 1920-1930
The sounds of Zonophone records and African-American jazz in 1920s Paris, Josephine Baker
Killer Mike - The Rapper Turned Speech Maker
Mark Coles looks at rapper Killer Mike who made a plea for calm after George Floyd’s death
My fake news whodunnit
Who wrote a fake story that smeared a Senegalese politician in Michelle Madsen’s name?
Dame Vera Lynn
A celebration of the life of Dame Vera Lynn, the 'Forces Sweetheart' who has died at 103
Following two local newspapers as they report the pandemic from their turf.
The edge of change
How has the coronavirus pandemic created an opportunity to reshape our world?
New York Covid-19 diary
Public health expert Dr Tom Frieden reflects on the global pandemic.