Reporting conflict: Through the lens
Coping with grief: Paris the day after the attacks
Football for all: Yorkshire St. Pauli's fight for change
News & Politics
Uncovering the issues surrounding gentrification and the future of housing in London.
American citizens talk to Artfefact about all Donald Trump’s controversial run for the presidency.
A profile on the legendary guerrilla fighter who drove the Soviets from Afghanistan in the 1980s.
Lee Harris has been trying to legalise cannabis for nearly 50 years. He now is running to become Mayor of London.
An inspirational story about a young man who lost his sight at five years old, who now raises money for charity.
With English teams having impressive academies in Europe, what does the cut backs from Sport England mean for the future of football?
Artefact joins the queue to find out more about the new 25p store in London.
“With a combination of vodka filled buckets and beer bong tables, sex, drugs and flip flops, Phi Phi can make you feel like never leaving”
We meet two Estonian artists whose work is a showcase of experimentation and challenging boundaries
Artefact speaks to photojournalist Nicole Tung and her work in the world’s war zones.
British artist Sara Shamsavari tells Artefact about her inspirations and her photo series of Muslim women.
An insight to the #Oscarssowhite controversy, and what can be done to avoid a boycott at next year’s ceremony.
Entertainment & Music
Lover has landed in 2016. Artefact samples their first gig in Islington, to explore the music behind the band.
Artefact took a trip to the ICA where Lisa Ronson daughter to Ziggy Stardust guitarist Mick Ronson, speaks about her music, her dad and working with some of Bowies collaborators.
Artefact reviews Adele’s show at the London O2 arena
Artefact meets Portsmouth-based aspiring singer-songwriter Coll.
Are university fees really a problem for students?
How will government cuts affect students from poorer backgrounds?
We explore the awareness of ethical consumers and environmental issues, including the destructiveness of palm oil.
Artefact investigates the world of faith schools, their admission policies, and the discrimination behind closed doors.
The new series that reveals the reality of modern dating and the issues that come with it.
A review of the fantasy adventure written by David Dalglish.
We visit the Imperial War Museum which explores the many facets of war correspondent Lee Miller.
The new diet craze that everyone is talking about. A healthy way of living without trying too hard.
A+ Green Edition
Is the Paris deal that world leaders signed in December enough to save the planet? Artefact investigates.
North of the river Gambia lies an unconventional way of living and a project set up to give back to the community living there.
How the re-generation of Elephant and Castle is affecting London’s Columbian community.
Suspended cycle paths high above the city floor could be London’s answer to risky cycling.