Can old social media posts really come back to haunt you? Can a leopard change its spots?
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"Prison culture is not a deterrent": In this episode, we speak to people in London and gather their thoughts on the rise of knife crime.
Rioch set up her social enterprise after her son was shot and stabbed while in school.
What would you do if you failed three university exams, got turned down from 30 different job applications and out of 24 candidates to work at KFC, you were the only one that missed out?
“Something suddenly went boom,” recalls Phoebe Smith, adventurer, extreme sleeper and nominee for Pioneer of the Year in this year’s Everywoman in Travel Awards.
Sarah is "always on a mission" to explore the different ways of life, immersing herself into different cultures.
In this episode, people give us their thoughts on institutional racism. They also talk about the death of Stephen Lawrence and the Windrush Scandal.
On one hand, social media presents a distorted image to young women and girls, with Instagram influencers paying for plastic surgery and designer clothes. But there is a positive side too.
One of the world's leading authorities on the impact of technology on business and society, this is Don Tapscott.
On 11 March 2011 a 9.1 magnitude earthquake struck off the east coast of Japan, prompting the second biggest nuclear meltdown of all time at the Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant.
As a rancher growing up in the rugged northeast corner of the Navajo Nation with no electricity or running water, Eli Neztsosie learned through years of work what it meant to rely on discipline and endurance. Now he relies on these same skills, running long distances— striving every day, in his words, to be better than he was the day before.