Restaurant trade turns to feeding overworked NHS staff
The daily outpouring of goodwill towards the country’s frontline medical staff has been one of the more heartwarming aspects of the coronavirus outbreak.
Cancer patients reveal worries about future treatment as NHS focuses on Covid-19
“It’s taken away my last roll of the dice”. Cancer patients across the country have been telling us they feel abandoned as the health system puts all its focus into dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Having a baby in lockdown: our pregnancy in coronavirus isolation
When Kieron and Nancy found out they were expecting their second child they didn’t expect things to turn out like this…
How do you keep your spirits up during coronavirus lockdown?
As the country comes to the end of its first day of lockdown, many people around the country will be wondering how to keep their spirits up while stuck at home for weeks.
The grandparents caring for children during coronavirus outbreak
For huge numbers of grandparents, keeping away from their grandchildren is simply not an option.
Series 4, Episode 11: Helle Thorning-Schmidt
Helle Thorning-Schmidt was Prime Minister of Denmark from 2011 to 2015. Until very recently she was the CEO of the charity ‘Save the Children’.
Actress Rosamund Pike on taking on the role of Marie Curie
One of the most influential women in scientific history – Marie Curie is only scientist to have won Nobel Prizes in two different sciences – for her pioneering research into radioactivity.
Series 4, Episode 10: Adam Rutherford
Dr Adam Rutherford is a geneticist, author and broadcaster. He hosts the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘Inside Science’ and has published books related to genetics and the origin of life.
What does the public make of government coronavirus plan?
Despite today’s Government announcement – there’s still a lot of confusion about what to expect IF the outbreak does get a lot worse – and how to protect ourselves, and those who are most vulnerable. With so many questions and precious few answers.
Whitney Houston hologram takes centre stage in UK tour
Buddy Holly’s done it, Roy Orbison’s done it, and now Whitney Houston’s doing it. It’s a hologram tour – where singers take to the stage long after their deaths by using the latest technology.
Series 4, Episode 9: Frankie Bridge
Frankie Bridge is best known for being a singer, formerly a member of the girl group, The Saturdays and previously S Club Juniors.
‘It’s a historical moment for women’ – Weinstein accuser Katherine Kendall
We’re joined from Los Angeles by actress Katherine Kendall, who is one of many women who came forward alleging Harvey Weinstein had sexually harassed or assaulted them .
‘Prepare for potential Coronavirus pandemic’ warns World Health Organisation
The world should prepare for a potential coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organisation has warned – although so far it’s stopped short of officially declaring one.
Harvey Weinstein guilty of rape and sexual assault
A “vicious, serial sexual predator who used his power to threaten, rape, assault, humilate and silence his victims”. Those were the words of Manhattan’s district attorney as Harvey Weinstein was taken into custody.
Series 4, Episode 8: Adam Kay
Adam Kay is the author of one of the most successful books of the last couple of years, ‘This is Going to Hurt’, which is based upon his diaries from his former career as a doctor before he quit medicine.