The food deserts of Memphis: inside America’s hunger capital | Divided Cities
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The food deserts of Memphis: inside America’s hunger capital | Divided Cities

In the ‘food deserts’ of Memphis, Tennessee, dominated by fast food outlets and convenience stores,…

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Nowt but a fleeting thing: a young farmer’s fight for survival
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Nowt but a fleeting thing: a young farmer’s fight for survival

A film about a young farmer’s connection to the land, his animals and a changing…

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Divided Cities: stories of five cities split by major global divisions – series trailer
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Divided Cities: stories of five cities split by major global divisions – series trailer

Anywhere but Westminster: are the Tories losing their suburban heartlands?
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Anywhere but Westminster: are the Tories losing their suburban heartlands?

As their national election trek goes on, John Harris and John Domokos hit the Surrey…

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Should we fear chlorinated chicken?
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Should we fear chlorinated chicken?

Chlorinated chicken hardly sounds like something you’d enjoy to read on a menu. The European…

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‘Freedom or death!’: bringing America’s largest slave revolt back to life
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‘Freedom or death!’: bringing America’s largest slave revolt back to life

Performance artist Dread Scott recreates the the largely untold story of the 1811 slave rebellion…

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Before I die: A day with the terminally ill | Death Land
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Before I die: A day with the terminally ill | Death Land

What’s it like to face death? In episode two of Death Land, Leah Green meets…

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Why do Havana’s taxi drivers earn more than doctors? | Divided Cities
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Why do Havana’s taxi drivers earn more than doctors? | Divided Cities

Cuba’s strange dual system means that public sector workers and those in private enterprise are…

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Beyond Brexit, Corbyn and Johnson: Stoke’s politics of hope | Anywhere but Westminster
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Beyond Brexit, Corbyn and Johnson: Stoke’s politics of hope | Anywhere but Westminster

In the 2016 referendum, John Harris and John Domokos watched the Staffordshire city vote heavily…

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Meet the people on a mission to live forever
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Meet the people on a mission to live forever

What if you could cheat death and live forever? To people in the radical life…

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