News (BBC Magazine)
The good things about ADHD: 'It's my superpower'
ADHD can sometimes be portrayed quite negatively, so an ADHD parents' support group asked us to make a film looking at some of the good things about it.
Fashion rip-offs: Independent designers 'copied' by high street
Meet the independent businesses who claim they're being repeatedly ripped off by high street brands.
A scandal in the Amazon - where pilots are forced to lie
Few landing strips in the Amazon have been registered, so pilots have to file fake flight plans - making it hard to find them if they go missing.
The people trying to reunite a divided island
People in Cyprus are using the demilitarised zone that separates them as a place to reunite.
The Gypsy mayor who wants Gypsies to mix with everyone else
France has about 500,000 gypsies but only one gypsy mayor - and he is not popular with gypsy voters.
'I'm divorced, so Sikh men don't want me'
After Minreet Kaur's first marriage ended, she started seeking another husband - 10 years later she still is.
Bronchiolitis: 'I thought it was just a cold at first'
When Stephanie Elderton's twin boys caught a cold, she never imagined that one of them would end up in intensive care.
Tanzania's FGM safe house for girls in danger of cutting
Twelve-year-old Rosie has to either run away from her family or submit herself to female genital mutilation.
Can knife crime be stopped before it starts?
Ros Griffiths, who works with boys at risk of exclusion from school, says knife crime is caused by inequality and lack of opportunity.
Protesting climate change in Preston
What if you’re one of only a few students protesting climate change?
How Japan helps pensioners stay happy and have fun
Japan is rethinking society for its growing old-age population.
‘People here live in both countries'
The children of the peace process in Northern Ireland fear a return to the past due to Brexit
The radical drug trial hoping for a miracle Parkinson's cure
Tom Isaacs along with 41 other volunteers has taken part in a ground-breaking medical trial to find a cure for Parkinson's disease.
'I'm from more cultures than you!'
Bilal is Jamaican and South Asian Kenyan, for the first time he has an open conversation with his parents about the reality of growing up in a dual heritage family.
'I went vegan to hide my eating disorder'
Veganism is definitely having a moment, and for Rebecca Hills, 20, it was a way of hiding in plain sight.
Return of the cat man of Aleppo
The cat man of Aleppo had to abandon his sanctuary soon after appearing in a BBC video in 2016. But now he has a new one, just a few miles away.
If you die early, how will your children remember you?
Gaby Eirew has made it her mission to help parents leave precious video memories for children, in case they die young.
The 'caravans of love' visiting Spain's empty villages
For the men who remain to farm the land in emptying Spanish villages it can be hard to meet women. The 'caravans of women' are one solution.
Shauna Davison: 'I might have had her for a bit longer'
British teenager Shauna Davison died two weeks after an experimental transplant. Was she the victim of a rush to develop stem cell technology?
Rakbar Khan: Did cow vigilantes lynch a Muslim farmer?
The murder of a Muslim dairy farmer in rural Rajasthan raises questions about the relationship between police and cow protection gangs.
'The day I went to prison, I got my life back'
For many people, receiving a jail sentence would be the worst thing that ever happened to them. For one woman it was almost a relief.