Holocaust survivor Leslie Kleinman, 89, tells Channel 4 News that after 60 years of silence, he decided to speak out about time as a prisoner in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Valeria Wright, 13, juggles schoolwork with looking after her father – she is one of 21 young carers who have been given the chance to escape their domestic workload by performing on stage.
When fire swept through Glasgow School of Art, many of the students’ degree projects were destroyed. On graduation day, Daisy Ayliffe hears from two students whose work was lost or badly damaged.
With union membership rising, Bangladeshi factory workers take part in May Day protests over their own cost of living crisis: slum housing, malnutrition and unaffordable healthcare.
Staffordshire has for centuries been a powerhouse of manufacturing, but in more recent times became a relic of decline. But there is renaissance in even the oldest crafts, including pottery.