News (BBC Magazine)
Martin Sellner: The new face of the far right in Europe
He's the far right's newest poster boy – but Martin Sellner’s insistence that his far-right group is non-violent doesn’t have everyone convinced.
How a school in Bradford is beating the odds with music
A school in Bradford is achieving impressive results in English and maths, by rebuilding its curriculum around music.
Last call for Nevada’s brothels?
Brothels have been legal in Nevada since 1971 - but could they face the axe?
Whose problem is cultural appropriation?
Festivals are advertised as a gathering of like-minds, kindred-spirits and mutual celebration; but in trying to be alike, are we going too far?
The radio station that wishes it could bring back laughter
Radio Alwan is a politically neutral radio station broadcasting in exile to Syria. Keeping it going isn't easy.
Josef Frantisek: The Battle of Britain's Czech hero
Not all the Battle of Britain pilots were British. A new film celebrates the Polish 303 Squadron - and its sole Czech pilot, Josef Frantisek.
The YMCA hostel accused of failing the young homeless
A BBC investigation into the YMCA North London claims it's failing young residents.
Fibromyalgia: 'Like red hot lava radiating through my body'
What it's like to live with fibromyalgia.
Reviving Italy's ghost towns with an unusual hotel
An unusual hotel, scattered throughout the community, is breathing life back into deserted villages.
‘Nigeria is as gay as any other country’
How a British-Nigerian man finally realised his dream of becoming a professional drag queen.
'You killed my son'
Rhyhiem Barton is just one of the 16 teenagers to be killed in London this year - this is his story.
World's most dangerous cities: Ben Zand comes face to face with Caracas' kidnap gangs
Ben Zand goes in under the radar to see what’s truly happening in Caracas, Venezuela, the world’s most violent city.
How a paedophile's hands led to his conviction
A paedophile who hid his face from the camera was convicted when an expert could identify his hands.
My baby died. Please ask me his name
Elle Wright lost her son soon after birth. She wants to challenge the idea that a parent is only someone whose child is alive.
Rocket woman: How to cook curry and get a spacecraft into Mars orbit
Can you guide a spacecraft into orbit around Mars and cook for eight people morning and night?
Mum, how should I talk to my son about you?
When she gave birth to her son Teddy, Robyn Hollingworth wanted to share the news with her own mum
How I caught the ‘black widow’ who killed my brother
Lee-Anne Cartier was devastated to discover her brother Phil Nisbet had died of a suspected overdose in 2009, but could this really be the truth?