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News & Politics
Did Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas mass murderer, have a “bad streak” in his blood or was it antidepressants that triggered his criminal instinct?
Palestinian student Mohammad Samir gives an insight into his life living under Israeli occupation.
Artefact investigates how important food banks have become and how the number of people in poverty is growing rapidly.
The stories of six people who fought to give the small Catalan town of Aiguaviva the right to democracy on October 1st.
Life & Style
The story of a rare condition that changes the life of its victims – how one person overcame the worst experience of her life.
Artefact meets Mark, a 22 year old bartender in South West London, whose story proves that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to drug use in hospitality.
500 miles, 32 days. “There are conversations on the Camino that can change one’s life path.” Are you ready to walk Europe’s most special pilgrimage?
While a gaming addiction may not be considered a serious medical condition in the UK, it is very, very real for those it affects.
We investigate the oral art of Spoken Word and shows how enabling conversation is a 21st-century therapy session.
Artefact investigates the new form of retailing which means shopping for clothing brands is no longer as simple as it seems.
With religion, culture and politics playing a role in public attitudes towards gay people, is there any hope for the African gay community?
Tattoos have become the latest statement in the fashion industry but, where did this trend begin?
Entertainment & Music
While everyone believes that entertainment careers are only associated with fun and pleasure, there’s also a more serious side to the story.
Are internet radio stations the new pirates? Strong community, diverse roster and digital engagement may be giving them the edge over older rivals.
Canada’s west coast is seeing a rising and increasingly diversified electronic music scene, and Actntrl is the Vancouver music producer to get to know.
With Playboy bringing back full frontal nudity after a year’s hiatus, we discuss its legacy with a world record magazine collector.
We examine the naive appropriation of LBGT and queer culture by straight people.
The day Kevin Spacey destroyed his career and alienated a community he is trying to become a member of.
The porn industry needs to take a long hard look at itself… and its inclusion of all genders, abilities and consumers in a much more open dialogue.
“I don’t need feminism to make me feel strong, I’m already strong. I need feminism because of the way the world perceives my strength.”
Our verdict on the breakout EP from south London rapper Dave, which sets the bar very high.
A review of the first episode of BBC-3’s newest teen drama Clique.
Artefact explores the developing industry of robotics through a new exhibition at London’s Science Museum.
Alice Lowe turns into a maternal murderer in this gory horror comedy.
A+ Truth & Terror: Special edition
Artefact examines the growing concern over the political situation in Turkey, where President Erdogan is consolidating power through fear.
Digital surveillance increasingly reminds Eastern Europeans of the sinister Soviet past.
North Korean exiles in Britain are reluctant to talk about life in the Hermit Kingdom
In a beautiful Indonesian island resort, horses are mistreated for the benefit of tourists.
Armoured by social media and open-minded directors, Pakistan’s transgender activists are taking back control over how they are perceived and alienated by society.
Nigeria struggles against Boko Haram amid continuing clamour for the return of its kidnap victims.
Two photojournalists discuss the ethical issues raised by images of suffering.
Bill Broun’s debut novel has proved remarkably prescient.