News (BBC Magazine)
'R. Kelly insisted I have a sex trainer'
For two years Asante McGee was R. Kelly's girlfriend. Then she went to live in his house in Georgia. She lasted three weeks.
'I'm mixed-race, is Cambridge University right for me?'
Anoushka has been offered a place at Cambridge. But she's mixed race and worries she won't fit in. Should she accept the offer?
'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'
On 20 January 2018 Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul that was popular with foreign guests - Vasileios Vasileiou was one of them.
Rent-a-sister: Coaxing Japan’s hikikomori out of their rooms
The women trying to coax Japan’s reclusive young men out of their bedrooms.
'Why I wanted a tattoo on my mastectomy scar'
Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but beat the odds. Her scar is part of her body art.
Is this the least romantic weekend ever?
Justin Rowlatt's wife suggested a cheeky New Year break. "Surprise me," she said. He did.
The widow who asked eight French presidents for the truth
Josette Audin spent decades asking French leaders to admit responsibility for her husband's death in Algeria in 1957.
'I want to stand up for every woman experiencing abuse'
Model Judith Heard hopes her story of sexual abuse will prompt other women to tell their stories - and to support one another.
Camp DASH: When a US child experiment goes wrong
Camp DASH was no ordinary summer camp. Children were there to take part in a multi-million dollar nutrition experiment. But events quickly spiralled out of control.
Qandeel Baloch: Why has no one yet been convicted of her murder?
A family suffering. A family torn apart. This is the story of a girl who had dreams to be a star.
Dating apps: What are they doing to our mental health?
Will's a serial swiper, Alvin's 'addicted' and Meggy's giving up. Do we know how dating apps affect us?
The African comic book Kugali hoping to take on Disney
Fed up of non-Africans telling African stories, three friends decided to create their own anthology.
'I pray our child isn't born with my deformities'
Bucky Bailey was born with facial deformities and is worried that his unborn baby will share the same fate.
My filler was botched but now I love my natural lips
After 18 months of pain and embarrassment over botched lip filler, we follow Paige, 22, from Doncaster, as she gets hers dissolved.
Thread Shred: I exposed racism at my university and got suspended
Chloe Long explains why she published images which led to her suspension as a student union officer.
I met my boyfriend 12 years after giving birth to his child
When Jessica Share bought sperm from an anonymous man to start a family, she never imagined she would ever meet the donor, never mind fall in love.
Found: The plane wreck that could solve a 50-year-old mystery
After 10 years of talking to fishermen in pubs, Grahame Knott has found the wreck of a plane that fell into the English Channel in 1969.
'Sorry, Dad - I'm thinking of getting a German passport'
The BBC's Adrian Goldberg is entitled to a German passport - and it might come in very useful. But his family history makes him think twice about taking this step.
The Christmas present that could tear your family apart
Millions of people are giving DNA testing kits as presents, but sometimes finding out more than they bargained for.
'A white family raised me - I learned to love being black'
Gina Atinuke Knight was brought up by white parents. As a result, it took her years to fully embrace her blackness.