BBC : magazine
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What happens when a Hindu and Muslim YouTuber meet?  01h01 22 février
More young people are turning to social media to explore their faith.
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Talking to your neighbours is mandatory if you live here  00h58 21 février
A block of flats in Sweden is tackling loneliness by mixing age groups - and making socialising an obligation.
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How Hollywood movies saved a gay Russian teenager  01h04 21 février
A mail order bride moved to the US with her gay son, but her conservative husband had a surprise in store.
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Until I met my debt mentor, I couldn’t always feed my kids  03h11 20 février
Audie was in debt and losing hope. But Jeannette, who’d once been in debt herself, was able to help.
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UK soldier deaths: Families ask why the Army let their sons down  12h22 19 février
Failed by the Army: ’My son didn’t have to die that day’
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What would you say to the men who killed your mum?  00h24 17 février
Two teenagers have a cathartic encounter with men jailed for an Islamist attack that killed their mum.
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Why being gay in Russia is about love and passion   00h19 15 février
The secret moment between two gay Russian lovers that defied haters.
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She pretends to have a baby for adoption - can she get help to stop?  00h29 15 février
Gabby cannot stop tricking childless couples. She needs therapy, but her father cannot pay for it.
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I could have been a K-pop idol - but I’m glad I quit  00h01 13 février
Euodias experienced the highs and lows of a K-pop trainee’s life. Why did she leave on the verge of stardom?
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Electrosensitivity: ’I didn’t believe people had it, then it happened to me’  00h13 07 février
Velma, Emma and Dean believe mobile phone signals, wi-fi and other modern technology makes them ill.
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Stop and search: the controversial police power  09h04 07 décembre
Reporter Aaron Roach Bridgeman speaks to suspects, police and campaigners.
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Universal Credit: ’I went wild - and it hit me like a ton of bricks’  01h39 06 février
Paula thought the UK’s new benefit system, Universal Credit, was great. At first.
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Clowning around: A show that tackles death and grief  00h52 03 février
Liverpudlian theatre company ’Ugly Bucket’ have created a performance incorporating people’s experiences of grief.
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Huntington’s disease: I’m taking a test that will reveal my future  01h39 01 février
Danielle’s mum has Huntington’s disease - now she’s finding out if she will also get it.
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The oak tree in Kew Gardens that taught the world a lesson  00h47 29 janvier
The remarkable Turner’s Oak in Kew Gardens in London not only survived the Great Storm of 1987, but also changed the way that trees are cared for around the world.