The wild and wonderful world of Lucha Britannia
Getting Stacey Dooley onto ISIS' frontline
DJ Katie Cooper: China's underground music scene
News, Politics & Tech
Artefact explores how rising temperatures are changing Greenland’s fortunes, and the debate over independence.
Other countries in the world have changed their gun laws – why can’t the US?
Mass strikes took place in Spain to celebrate Women’s International day. Not only did people protest on the streets, but women stopped all their duties for 24 hours.
After the referendum and an election, Artefact visits Barcelona to hear how people feel about the region’s political uncertainty.
Life & Style
We explores a small gem in the Mediterranean that consists of panoramic sunsets, endless party and ancient architecture.
We explore modern attitudes to plastic surgery among surgeons and consumers, and how online media has shaped recent trends.
Artefact talks to a survivor of domestic abuse, and finds out how her pregnancy probably saved her life.
In an ever-connected world, Artefact looks at the impact social media can have on our mental health.
Losing faith is no rarity for a generation who feel like their identities are being alienated by the Christian community.
For many Muslims, the day of Arbaeen holds a special significance in their lives, but what is it about and why is it an important day for millions of Muslims around the world?
Looking at the long story behind the former priest Rev Fernando Karadima’s sexual abuse accusations, and its impact on the Catholic Church
More than 45 journalists have been killed since the beginning of this year, so how can journalists protect themselves?
Entertainment & Music
Remembering Lou Reed from stories of his 1975 tour, reviving the soul of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal.
A Tottenham studio’s noise was heard by the council and they gave them an award. Artefact went there to find out why.
We meet the DJ who’s a cornerstone of Fabric London, about his newly formed festival and how he merges visual art with music.
Deep in the Hertfordshire woods lies Farr Festival, calling you for a weekend you won’t forget…
We examine the oldest player in the history of tennis and the secrets of his success.
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.
We visit an exhibition which sheds light on Libya by focusing on the contested story of its modern history.
Julian Barnes returns with a new novel about love, memory and surprises of the real life.
We take a peek at the first Marvel film of 2018.
We look back on Australian DJ Mall Grab’s sold out London show at Hangar, part of the UK leg of his ‘Non-Stop Feeling’ tour.
A+ Gender & Sexuality Special edition
Was the Channel 4 series a worthy attempt to explore new territory or a shabby way of stirring up controversy?
How the battle for gay rights in Italy began in the 1970s with a brave, cross-dressing intellectual.
Artists and school students tell stories of Britain’s feminist pioneers
The Posh Club is a weekly social club for older people styled as a 1940s glamour afternoon tea party. The social club started out in Hackney by the arts enterprise, homo-social honky-tonk and performance club Duckie.
Artefact looks into the hot-topic debate of gender-neutral toilets. ‘The bathroom in your home is, by default, gender neutral.’
Why women’s magazine feminism is a tool of neoliberalism
According to Spain’s national federation of lesbians, gays, transsexuals and bisexuals, half of young members of the LGBTQI community are bullied at school.
Students at University of the Arts London discuss their work and how this reflects their personal journeys.