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News, Politics & Tech
His visit to London College of Communication on the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists.
Kosovo activates new telephone country code +383 after Agron Mustafa, director of Kosovo Telecom, makes the very first phone call with mobile operator VALA.
We examine the work of CAGE, as the government intensifies its scrutiny systems against Muslims.
Are the videos or ‘DeepFakes’ produced by the new FakeApp software a technological achievement or something more sinister?
Life & Style
Limited access to sanitary products, and the cost of them, is becoming a major problem for poor students.
We speak to one sufferer about the long-term impact of being diagnosed with this life-changing condition.
We visited award-winning Hammerton Brewery in Islington to see what sets them apart from the rest.
Artefact examines whether or not marriage is really essential in order to maintain a loving, long-term relationship.
Exploring the expansion of social media and influencer marketing and it’s effect on the audience of content creators.
Artefact finds out about what life after football means for international star Frédéric Kanoute.
We meet veteran make-up artist Mariella Smith-Masters, who gives us the inside track on her competitive world.
Artefact explores the mystery behind Liberato, the anonymous singer from Naples revolutionising the Italian indie scene.
Entertainment & Music
You know you’re onto something good when the don of London Jazz, Gilles Peterson says you’re ‘incredible’.
Artefact talks to Yak, a three piece band that formed in 2014, and is made up of two Brits and a Kiwi.
The career for a professional League of Legends player is short-lived, so what is an e-sporter’s life like after retirement?
How the technology behind Bitcoin can innovate how we listen, share and make music, and maybe bring an end to piracy!
How Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl performance was overshadowed by a hashtag #JanetJacksonAppreciationDay
There are more and more people becoming parents at the age of 40. Is it bad or not?
With Veganuary now over for another year, it’s time we thought about where our meat comes from.
In most places across the globe school, can be confusing, restrictive, and traumatising.
First-hand experience of Kendrick Lamar’s Damn concert which took place at the O2 Arena in London.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is a role-playing game (RPG) which holds onto traditional table top gaming values – this Larian Studios sequel allows for complete
A Cameroonian actress writes her first novel which deals with many issues facing society in her home country.
The latest season was released on Netflix at the end of 2017, but it is no longer the dramatic force that it was.
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.