BBC News - StoriesCoronavirus lockdown: Trauma therapy for London's homeless
Even though she can't meet them face-to-face, Katherine is still supporting her homeless clients. Details...Coronavirus: University freshers ‘robbed of experience’
Exploring the impact of the abrupt end to university for three first year students Details...'I left my campervan in Argentina'
Thousands of van-driving nomads were living the dream - until the coronavirus pandemic brought them to a sudden halt. Details...'My mother died as she lived - not wanting to make a fuss'
When Howard Jacobson's mother died this month there could be no big family funeral - but then she never wanted to be a bother to anyone. Details...Coronavirus: Photos charting mental health in lockdown
How photographer Suzie Larke carried on photographing struggles with mental wellbeing. Details...Killer Kicks: the secret in your trainers
The trainer industry now accounts for almost half of global footwear sales. Details...Coronavirus: They grabbed my breasts and said, 'You're not a woman'
Panama's lockdown allows men and women out on alternate days - but for trans people it's been tough. Details...How the super-rich spent lockdown
Luxury Bunkers and Private Islands: How the super-rich spent lockdown Details...Sex, Disability, and Sex and Disability
Disability and sex is a topic around which there are a lot of misconceptions, but what do disabled people think when people get awkward talking about sex with them? Details...Whitney turned away from crime by discovering boxing
Whitney was jailed when she was 19 after breaching the rules of her probation. She has ten convictions to her name. Details...Coronavirus: Huntington's care in lockdown
Danielle's mum Lisa is in the final stage of Huntington's and needs full-time care. Details...Coronavirus: Volunteering at Calais' migrant camps
Tia has decided to work at a migrant camp in Calais instead of returning home to her family during lockdown. Details...Ramadan and Coronavirus: Breaking my fast on Zoom
How fasting in lockdown and isolation has changed Ramadan for young Muslims this year. Details...Dirty streaming: The internet's big secret
Figures suggest that IT now generates as much CO2 as flying, with some arguing it's nearly double. Details...Ex porn-star and activist explores men's rights issues
Philipp travels to a conference on men’s issues in Chicago, shedding light on the controversial movement. Details...From patient to healer: How this woman is saving lives
Women who have overcome depression are running therapy sessions to help others Details...Coronavirus: DIY hair shaving and beauty treatments
As hair dye and clippers become the next thing on the stockpile list - we look at how people are managing their hair and beauty. Details...Coronavirus: Volunteers help protect NHS workers
The army of volunteers making essential supplies for NHS workers fighting Covid-19. Details...Coronavirus: what we can learn from the war generation
What can younger people learn from the generations that lived through World War Two? Details...Coronavirus: Love and dating in lockdown
How dating and love continue for three couples during the coronavirus lockdown. Details...The man who grew his own Amazon rainforest
Fighting back against destruction in the Amazon: how one man grew a rainforest of his own. Details...Rob Lawrie, the ex-squaddie, and the girl taken
Rob thought he was helping a refugee girl and her father as they struggled to get to the UK. But he found out it was all a lie. Details...Electrosensitivity: 'I didn't believe people had it, then it happened to me'
Velma, Emma and Dean believe mobile phone signals, wi-fi and other modern technology makes them ill. Details...Why being gay in Russia is about "love and passion"
The secret moment between two gay Russian lovers that defied haters. Details...Stop and search: the controversial police power
Reporter Aaron Roach Bridgeman speaks to suspects, police and campaigners. Details...Activist Gina Miller meets troll who sent her abusive messages - what happens next?
We bring together an angry troll who posts bigoted comments – and one of the people he abuses. Details...Coronavirus: Why hasn't the UK listed loss of smell as a symptom of Covid-19?
Some scientists argue that it is becoming urgent to tell people with sudden loss of smell to self-isolate. Details...OCD: 'I spent 20 years preparing for the coronavirus pandemic'
How coping with OCD prepared one man for the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. Details...Coronavirus: A toast to my cancelled wedding
Today was going to be my big day until Covid-19 intervened. But that won't stop me delivering my speech. Details...Coronavirus: 'I'm being bombarded by gambling ads'
Gambling companies have halted TV and radio ads during lockdown - but not online ads. Details...The Valentine's Day snake puzzle
Why were 29 snakes left in pillowcases in a Sunderland dustbin the day before and the day after Valentine's Day? Details...Ultra-Orthodox and trans: 'I prayed to God to make me a girl'
Growing up as a Hasidic Jew, Abby Stein had no idea trans people existed - she just felt sure she was a girl. Details...Coronavirus: 'Depression feels like my cat is sitting on my chest'
Two young people describe how the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown have affected their mental health. Details...Extreme piercing: A festival of self-inflicted pain
Since time immemorial, a village in West Bengal has paid tribute to Shiva by self-inflicting pain. This year coronavirus put a stop to it. Details...Coronavirus: The grandad who became a TikTok star without realising it
Joe Allington was persuaded to dance on TikTok for the first time in January. Now he's got 1.5 million followers. Details...Coronavirus: Where has all the hand sanitiser gone?
Shelves all over the world are empty - it turns out more alcohol is needed, to ramp up production. Details...Birth in a pandemic: 'You are stronger than you think'
Coronavirus is throwing many birth plans up in the air and leading some health trusts to increase home births. Details...Coronavirus: ‘It’s just anxiety, anxiety, anxiety’
The coronavirus crisis is having a huge impact on young people with existing mental health conditions. Details...Coronavirus: Here's how you can stop bad information from going viral
Experts are calling on the public to practise ‘information hygiene’ to help stop the spread of falsehoods online. Details...The volunteer army helping self-isolating neighbours
The coronavirus outbreak has left many feeling trapped indoors, but for some help may not be far away. Details...The actor who was really stabbed on stage
Conor Madden was playing Hamlet when a sword fight went badly wrong. Would he ever act again? Details...The rapper's track that sparked a wave of killings
Tensions have long existed between gangs in Tottenham and Wood Green - for 10 weeks in 2018 they boiled over. Details...‘My toy walrus waited 25 years in the Arctic’
Julia spent 25 years dreaming of her first home. Eventually she returned - and found a long-lost toy. Details...Coronavirus: The month everything changed
In the space of a month, the United Kingdom has transformed beyond recognition. Details...'My search for the boy in a child abuse video'
Lucy Proctor was horrified when she was WhatsApped a sex abuse video. And she wanted to find out if the boy was safe. Details...Blasian love: The day we introduced our black and Asian families
Blasian - black and Asian - couples now exist in South Africa... but they don't always have an easy time. Details...'How do I convince the Home Office I'm a lesbian?'
More than 1,500 people claim asylum in the UK each year, claiming that they are persecuted for being gay. But it's not an easy thing to prove. Details...Confessions of a call-centre scammer
How Indian call-centre scammers justified tricking Western victims out of hard-earned money. Details...Life and struggle after YouTube fame
Dax was one of YouTube's first stars, but 13 years later, few people remember his name. Can a vlogging legend seize glory again? Details...Ellie and Nele: From she to he - and back to she again
When two trans men fell in love they began to have second thoughts about their gender. Details...
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