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21 May 2019
1 minute read
Greenpeace photography brings the drama of the ocean to shore and calls for the creation of marine reserves.
An exploration of cotton and fashion through this most ubiquitous item of everyday wear.
A diverting look at the history, politics and extraordinary paradoxes of the beautiful game.
A brief history of contraception and a fascinating look at this crucial piece of latex.
The best in new African writing - winner and shortlisted stories from the continent's leading award.
An examination of the state of health worldwide which shows that public health is largely determined by socio-economic factors...
The best in African writing - twenty short stories from the continent's leading literary award.
An exploration of 'real Islam' - looking beyond the common perceptions and polemical debates.
What lies behind the search for paradise and adventure - the often invisible impacts of tourism exposed.
Find out how the world eats 'out' - favourite street food recipes chosen because they are fast, fresh and easy to cook.
The Iraqi people's story of dealing with invasion and occupation, told through an activist turned clown.
A new look at scientific history - revealing the extremes of dogmatism and uncertainty, and considering the role of science in...
A history of the movement that shows why the promotion and protection of animal rights is more critical than ever.
The constant battle against the tiny foe and its deadly disease, and its cultural impact through history
An everyday item (in many countries) with iconic status and strange cultural symbolism.
The ultimate 'rocks': desired, possessed, traded, stolen, smuggled and - literally for many - to die for.
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