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Tuvalu – how do you save a disappearing country? | podcast
The Pacific Islands country could be lost to rising sea levels in just 50 years. Now its citizens have come up with a surprising plan to preserve their nation

Presented by Hannah Moore with Kalolaine Fainu, produced by Tom Glasser, Rose de Larrabeiti and Solomon King; executive producer Homa Khaleeli

03, Jul, 2023 @2:00 AM

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Avian flu is decimating wild birds, but could it become a global pandemic? - podcast
It is threatening rare species, and causing havoc for chicken farmers. Now a strain of bird flu has spread to mammals. Could it be a danger to humans?

Presented by Hannah Moore with Phoebe Weston; produced by Rose de Larrabeiti and Felix Taylor; executive producer Homa Khaleeli

09, Mar, 2023 @3:00 AM

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Exposing rainforest carbon credits: why offsetting isn’t working
A Guardian investigation has found that more than 90% of the carbon offsets verified by the company Verra did not reduce deforestation. Patrick Greenfield reports

Presented by Michael Safi with Patrick Greenfield; produced by Ruth Abrahams and Solomon King; executive producers Elizabeth Cassin and Homa Khaleeli

23, Jan, 2023 @3:00 AM

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Why are energy companies forcing their way into people’s homes?
Energy companies have been granted warrants to forcibly switch customers on to pre-payment meters. What are the consequences for people struggling with their bills?

Presented by Hannah Moore with Alex Lawson; produced by Natalie Ktena, Alex Atackand Rudi Zygadlo; executive producer Homa Khaleeli

18, Jan, 2023 @3:00 AM

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Prince Harry’s memoir: why has the ‘Spare’ gone rogue? – podcast
In his explosive memoir he claims Prince William physically attacked him, his family leaked stories about him – and even reveals how he lost his virginity in a field. But why is the prince telling all, and what will it mean for the royal family?

Presented by Nosheen Iqbal with Caroline Davies, Zoe Williams and Martin Pengelly; produced by Natalie Ktena, Ruth Abrahamsand Rudi Zygadlo; executive producer Homa Khaleeli

11, Jan, 2023 @3:00 AM

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Will Donald Trump finally face criminal charges for January 6? | podcast
After interviewing 1,000 witnesses and compiling an 800-page report, the inquiry into the assault on the Capitol is complete. But what will it mean for Donald Trump in 2023 – and his presidential bid?

Presented by Hannah Moore with Hugo Lowell; produced by Thomas Glasser and Solomon King; executive producer Homa Khaleeli

06, Jan, 2023 @3:00 AM

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The arrest of Andrew Tate: the ‘king of toxic masculinity’ - podcast
He calls himself a misogynist – and has millions of followers. Now the former kickboxer from Luton turned social media star has been arrested on charges that include human trafficking. What happened?

Presented by Nosheen Iqbal Iqbal with Shanti Das; produced by Ned Carter Miles, Safi Bugel, Natalie Ktena and Rudi Zygadlo; executive producer Homa Khaleeli

05, Jan, 2023 @3:00 AM

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‘I would go to prison’: the ordinary people getting arrested for Extinction Rebellion
More than 1,000 demonstrators have been arrested in London in the past nine days. Here, nine of the climate change protesters explain the extraordinary ends they will go to for the Earth

Interviews by Homa Khaleeli

23, Apr, 2019 @3:52 PM

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When 77 hats do the lotus position: the cosmic world of Younes Rahmoun
On a journey around the bustling, sun-filled medina of his hometown, the Moroccan artist – a contender for the Jameel prize – shows our writer where he finds inspiration

Homa Khaleeli

26, Jun, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Back to black: how ITV2’s Timewasters is subverting the time-travel genre
Interplanar shows are everywhere at the moment, but ITV2’s new comedy series raises the stakes, bringing in questions of race and class

Homa Khaleeli

23, Sep, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Cool Britannia symbolised hope – but all it delivered was a culture of inequality
It’s 20 years since Tony Blair reshaped Britain’s economy around the arts, yet the project’s legacy is an exploitative sector dominated by people from an astonishingly small demographic pool

Tom Campbell and Homa Khaleeli

05, Jul, 2017 @6:00 AM

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Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy: 'I know there will be an attempt to silence me'
Her films about ‘honour’ killings and acid attacks won Oscars – and caused fury in Pakistan. How will her latest work, an uncompromising look at lives wrecked by the partition of India, be received?

Homa Khaleeli

27, Jun, 2017 @6:00 AM

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