Phoebe Waller-Bridge on representation in TV
“I feel like there’s a lot of angry young men characters out there that don’t need to explain why they’re angry, they’re just allowed to be.” Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s series Killing Eve just won three awards at the TV BAFTAs. Here is what she has to say about representation on the screen.
The origins of streaking
It can be a prank, a dare, a publicity stunt or a protest. But one thing is for certain: it's always done in the nude. 🍑
Young Ivorian came to France to play football
Issouf's dream was to become a professional football player in France. At least, that's what a recruiter in his home country of Ivory Coast had promised. But when he arrived, he found he had been tricked...
95 year old veteran parachutes to commemorate D-Day
“That was super. Drier than the last time I was here.” This 95 year old veteran parachuted out of a plane to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
LGBT+ community in Mexico
Mexico is a dangerous country for the LGBT+ community, but this group of female shamans are fighting to support the freedom and safety of indigenous women. 💪
Pressure on women in the royal family
Always smiling, always picture perfect- even in the hours after giving birth. What does the pressure to be flawless do to women in the royal family? 👸🏾
Meet Mohamed Salah
He was born in Egypt, became a role-model in football, and a generous philanthropist. This is the life of record-breaking star Mohamed Salah 🇪🇬⚽️
The Trump blimp returns
"What he hates is when people take the p--- out of him." Donald Trump is on a state visit to the UK- which means the "Trump baby" is returning to the skies over London. Here's why its creator says it's the perfect protest. 👶📱
Kate Tempest on writer's block and impostor syndrome
Even famous poets and playwrights get stage fright. Here is Kate Tempest opening up about impostor syndrome, writer's block and her creative process.
Norway vs the UK on inequality
Rising inequality means the UK will soon join the US as one of the most unequal countries in the world. Norway, on the other hand, is one of the world's most income-equal countries. So why the gap?