Chair of Lambeth independent police advisory group: ‘The violence, the venom, the rage against the police was totally horrific’
Cathy is joined by Lorraine Jones – who’s Chair of Lambeth independent police advisory group, a pastor and a community activist.
Far right activists and statue ‘protectors’ clash with police in London and across UK
The Home Secretary has condemned “unacceptable thuggery” after crowds hurled bottles and flares at riot police – as officers struggled to blockade the roads around Whitehall.
Series 5, Episode 5: Ruth Davidson
Ruth Davidson was leader of the Scottish Conservative Party from 2011 to 2019. She stood down in August 2019 – giving several political and personal reasons for her decision.
Series 5, Episode 4: Nels Abbey
Nels Abbey is a British-Nigerian satirist, writer, media executive and author of ‘Think Like a White Man’.
The Brazilian city where Covid-19 poses major threat to indigenous communities
The new epicentre for coronavirus is Latin America where cases have been rising rapidly.
Trump provokes outrage after saying ‘great day’ for George Floyd as unemployment falls
In the United States, President Trump has caused outrage after suggesting that it was a “great day” for George Floyd.
Series 5, Episode 3: Adam Goodes
Adam Goodes is a former Australian Football League player of Aboriginal descent. He became a controversial figure in Australia following a racist incident against him during a AFL game.
Classical music concerts without audiences streamed live
Today the award-winning pianist Stephen Hough was allowed in to lift the lockdown in the first of a series of live concerts.
Series 5, Episode 2: Deborah Frances-White
Deborah Frances-White is a comedian, author and screenwriter. She’s probably best known for ‘The Guilty Feminist’, which is a hugely successful podcast and brand. She talks to Krishnan about facing up to your own privileges, the lessons she’s learnt from living with a Syrian refugee and why she’s glad her IVF didn’t work. Listen and…
Lockdown piling extra pressure on poorest
There’s little question that the lockdown has exposed deep divisions – piling extra pressure on some of the poores
Johnson tells MPs during grilling to ‘move on’ from Cummings affair
It is – says the Health Secretary – our civic duty and personal responsibility to follow the instructions. But did Dominic Cummings?
Series 5, Episode 1: Rutger Bregman
Rutger Bregman is a Dutch writer and historian known for shaking up social norms.
Rapper DrillMinister on losing four relatives to Covid-19
He’s a south London rapper who is running for London mayor. DrillMinister has been using his time in lockdown to pen an ode to the NHS.
India: Concerns over Modi’s coronavirus crackdown
India’s lockdown, covering 1.6 billion people, has been extended until the end of May. But for the country’s Muslim minority there’s perhaps been an even greater impact.
How many patients were discharged from hospitals to care homes without testing?
We’ve asked each of the four nations how many patients were discharged from hospitals into care homes without being tested in March and April.