As doctors call for pregnant women to be tested for alcohol intake, Channel 4 News speaks to youngsters left permanently brain damaged by their mothers’ drinking.
Reporter Katie Razzall examines the long campaign for gay rights in the UK, from the 50s when it was illegal, to the vote to recognise same-sex marriage on Tuesday.
Minami Minegishi, a pop idol from the Japanese girl band AKB48 has shaved her head as penance for having a boyfriend. Reporter Katie Razzall explores why.
A new book, Bodies of Subversion, explores the fascinating history of women and tattoos that dates back to the 19th century. Katie Razzall has been looking into the chequered history of body art.
In the 1970s, Punk Magazine documented a scene which began in New York with bands like the Ramones, and then spread to Britain to produce the revolutionary sound of the Sex Pistols and the Clash.
In the latest from our No Go Britain series, investigating the difficulties faced by disabled passengers, Katie Razzall reports on a bus company now facing legal action in a landmark case.
Mandy Wood, mother of X Factor star Jahmene Douglas, speaks to Channel 4 News about the horrific abuse she suffered at the hands of her former partner as cutbacks threaten support services.
A group of young disabled people launch their all party parliamentary group report on issues affecting them. Katie Razzall was there for Channel 4 News.
Journalist and feminist Rosie Boycott discusses the horror of looking back on decades of uncovered scandal as Channel 4 News puts the past on trial. #pastontrial
From bonbons to bullying, rhubarb and custard to rooting out prejudice. In the last of our A legacy to stand on? reports, Katie Razzall visits a sweet shop in Kettering run by disabled school kids.
“Mate crime” occurs when a person with learning disabilities is befriended, then abused. Katie Razzall met Nicky Aver, who has suffered at the hands of so-called friends.
What is it like to fly in Britain when you are in a wheelchair ? Sophie Morgan reports on the legacy of the Paralympics in a special report on the problems of travelling by air.
As Channel 4 News begins a week of special reports into disability, one victim tells of having his mobility scooter set on fire and of youths trying to tip him out of his wheelchair.
From bedroom vlogger to internet sensation: Katie Razzall reports on the video bloggers attracting millions of YouTube hits.
Has anything changed in the daily lives of disabled people in the wake of the London 2012 Paralympic Games? Channel 4 News is investigating, with a series of reports next week.