October 20, 2018

When women got pills for hysteria and advice to keep vaginas clean

A Royal College of Nursing exhibition charts the strange, sometimes disturbing history of women's healthcare.
October 20, 2018

One culture, two generations: Learning my mother tongue

Lola is the first born British-Nigerian in her family. In this candid conversation she asks her mum why she was never taught their mother tongue.
October 20, 2018

Deaf dance troupe House of Krip seek to change perceptions

The House of Krip vogue dance troupe is challenging perceptions of deaf and disabled people.
October 19, 2018

Silent disco for Hertfordshire dementia care home residents

People living with dementia put on their dancing shoes and boogie to Ol' Blue Eyes.
October 19, 2018

Brexit EU summit: The week the talks got stuck in spinach

This was to be the EU summit when a deal came into view. But that was not how it turned out.
October 19, 2018

Woman turns to Facebook to find a sperm donor

One woman tells how she took to social media in a bid to become pregnant.
October 19, 2018

Living outside Scottish cities ‘saves money’

The saving on housing costs in smaller towns can more than pay for a daily commute to Edinburgh or Glasgow, a study finds.
October 19, 2018

Birmingham wall collapse death families ‘await answers’

'Frustrated' families of five African men crushed to death in 2016 demand answers as to how they died.
October 19, 2018

Wrong-name Cambridge Half Marathon winner can re-apply

Jack Gray won a half marathon but was was disqualified because he had stood in for his boss.
October 19, 2018

Who was the real Granny Smith?

The Granny Smith apple turns 150 this year, but who was the woman who gave her name to the fruit?