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News, Politics & Tech
The Berlin Wall fell in 1989. 30 years on, the country remembers and celebrates how far they have come.
How a Swiss start up aims to re-shape the auto industry with a new breed of car.
More than 100 million people around the world have no place to call home. The World’s Big Sleep Out aims to make a difference.
‘Volocopter’ began trials with passengers on its flying drone taxis in Singapore, which has many questioning the future of the industry, and its jobs.
40 year old Marieke Vervoort took her life in her native Belgium after a lifelong battle with an incurable, degenerative spinal disease.
A new report says students are struggling to survive on current funding levels, as rents rise and outside work creates mental health issues.
Northern Ireland joins 30 countries in the legalisation of same-sex marriage.
Campaigners in Australia are calling on politicians to stop restricting press freedoms as three journalists may face jail over secret documents.
Life & Style
Meet the men who banished women from their lives to escape society’s “gynocentric evils”
We meet Aloysius Ssali, an LGBT refugee whose personal experience led him to set up the Say It Loud Club.
Exploring the production process of natural wine and its growing popularity in London.
The mental health disorder putting a strain on families, we meet the relatives affected by hoarding.
From Tooting to Sandringham, we find out what attracts people to the ancient sport of pigeon racing.
We examine the rising health trend of CBD-infused products and why they’re moving into the mainstream market.
Exploring fast fashion’s slow decline and the rise of charity shops and reworked clothing.
Life as an Egyptian woman in Cairo, living with a curfew and struggling with gender equality.
Frozen and frightened: waking up with the unsettling feeling someone is in the room with you; how sleep paralysis can be brought under control.
We spoke to Egyptian fashion brand Ferf about their new collection called It’s a Circus.
Artist Harriet Horton talks about her retirement from the art of taxidermy and how she struggled with the ethics of the practice itself.
Exploring the present and future of Egypt, looking at new start-up firms that aim to fight poverty and encourage better education.
The artist who is sculpting and sketching the faces we do not often scroll past online.
How a visionary couple created a radical experiment in modern living and helped the influential Bauhaus masters flee Nazi Germany.
“I prefer the way I look with make-up on,” said 41% of British women, we find out why they bother investing time on make-up.
An inside perspective on London’s growing graffiti scene.
David Weinberg, founder of Cure for Earth, tells us of his battle against the plastic crisis in the southern islands of the Bahamas.
UK supermarkets currently generate 800,000 tonnes of plastic packaging every year. What steps are being taken to tackle this crisis?
Lauren MacDonald has only got two years to go back to University, but making sure we don’t die of famine is top of her list.
When trees take more than 50 years to mature, could hemp plants that grown in 100 days be our saving grace?
Entertainment & Music
As music becomes more accessible, is our need for speed causing a shift in the way we consume music and the way it’s created?
Meet hair and makeup artist Loz Schiavo who talks about her past, her design process and creating the iconic Peaky cut.
How women in comedy are fighting to shake off the stigma that they are not funny, even in 2019.
The latest in the Terminator franchise is out in movies, so what can we expect from the continuation of the iconic series?
A+ Cities: Special edition
Chinese students on the complex reality of life in London
How Barcelona’s charities are giving the city’s homeless women a new lease of life
New York’s homelessness problem has its roots in the American welfare system
Systemic barriers make integration a struggle for Toronto’s economic migrants
Restrictive audition processes at some of the UK’s top drama schools highlight elitism in British acting
How urban exploring has become one of London’s most desired and appealing mainstream pop cultures.
Two students’ secret relationship exposes their home country’s conservative attitudes towards homosexuality
Are Ecuador’s indigenous cultural traditions being lost to tourism and modernity?