A chance to change the course of a disease that in 2019 killed more than 260,000 children in Africa.
In Lebanon, the families of the people killed in a massive explosion in Beirut’s port last year have reaffirmed their support for the judge leading the inquiry into how the blast happened. Earlier this week, anger over the progress of the inquiry spiralled into violence as shooting broke out between those supporting the judge and…
With the ongoing pandemic and a huge backlog already adding pressure, will the NHS cope this winter? And what are the government’s plans to get us through it?
We discuss the ongoing tensions in the region, the history behind that fragile peace in Taiwan – and whether we are on the cusp of conflict or simply the start of a truly 21st century cold war.
Just over a year ago, Belarus, known as the last dictatorship in Europe, saw some of the biggest protests in its history.
Scotland’s River Dee provides a stark example of how the climate crisis is exacerbating declines in biodiversity.
In today’s episode, our Europe editor Matt Frei explains the 2021 election results that saw the SPD emerge from the ashes of 2017 and Merkel’s party record their worst result since World War Two.
The best place to hear, see and feel the effects of climate change is in the shadows of the shrinking glaciers of Greenland. The fast-melting ice has opened up new pathways for explorers to navigate and a small team of women, including polar adventurers, scientists and sustainability experts, have taken to the sea to experience…
Jackie Long explains what the ending of the uplift could mean, amidst rising costs of living and worries about a long winter ahead.
“Left alone, Facebook will continue to make choices against the common good.” Frances Haugen, a former product manager at the social media giant turned whistleblower, has testified before the US Senate, claiming that Facebook knows about the harm it is causing to many young people, but has done nothing about it.
From -25C temperatures in Spain to a record-equalling 54.4C in Death Valley, the extremes of our climate are becoming more acute.
Facebook has been accused of putting profit before the public good, by a whistleblower who’s now gone public.
FactCheck guru Paddy Worrall cuts through 18 months of pandemic noise and misinformation.
The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a Mississippi case that could overturn Roe v Wade.
The government says this won’t be like the 1970s, but will it?