‘Deliciously’ Ella Mills on healthy eating & society’s toxic relationship with ultra-processed foods
Ella Mills tells Krishnan Guru-Murthy about the story behind Deliciously Ella, why a change in our diets towards more fresh, plant-based foods cannot happen unless the government steps in, and talks about acknowledging the difference between her privilege and her business success, in this episode of Ways to Change the World.
Time to log off? The young people beginning to question the power of social media
A new play by the National Youth Theatre – ‘F Off’ – examines the complex relationships between young people and social media.
How Twitter users were wrongly labelled as Russian bots after a government briefing
Media reports claimed a “government analysis” had linked specific Twitter accounts to the Kremlin – and highlighted two “bot” accounts in particular. But people who run these accounts have both denied it, and even appeared on camera to prove they are real people. So what’s caused the confusion?
Your Facebook data is out there: SO WHAT?
So what does it mean for you if your online data has or hasn’t been grabbed? What could people do with your profile information? We help you answer some of the key questions in our new explainer series SO WHAT?
Children bombarded with sexually explicit chat on Musical.ly and Live.ly
Children as young as nine are being groomed and bombarded with sexually explicit messages on popular social media app Musical.ly and streaming site Lively.