Inside the Global Exorcism 'Boom'
So many people are needing their demons exorcised, the Vatican recently had to put on a dedicated "exorcist training convention".
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Rory Stewart and the Myth of the 'Good Tory'
Try not to get taken in by sweet, courteous, opium-huffing Rory.
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What We Can't Talk About When We Talk About Our Grandparents
Most of us don't think much about what happens at the end of life for our loved ones, but it might be better for everyone if we did.
You Can't Police Away Knife Crime
We spoke to campaigners and a knife crime victim about what needs to be done to tackle the "epidemic" of youth street violence.
Inside Britain's Escalating Missing Persons Problem
With austerity widening society's cracks, the number of people reported missing in London alone has increased 77 percent since 2010.
How the Dunblane School Massacre Still Affects Residents Today
In the town that saw the last mass shooting in British history, survivors of the attack and those who lost loved ones grapple with its legacy.
Home Coming: Honor Oak
Francisco Garcia remembers the family, friends and distant views off high hills that made him.
Inside the Rise of DIY Dentistry
Changes to how NHS dentists are paid have thrown some of the UK's most vulnerable into what is effectively permanent exclusion from dental treatment.
The Audacious Bank Heist That Was Doomed to Fail
Sixty years ago, three men hatched a plan to tunnel into the vault of a bank containing £2.5 million in steelworkers' wages. Today, their tale mostly lives on in local gossip and myth.
Tiny Boost Is Rapping for All the Streets and the People in Them
The UK rapper – and Giggs protege – had his career put on pause, due to a hefty jail sentence. Almost a decade later he's back, going hard.
The Hidden Killer of Dundee's Street Drug Users
We spoke to drug workers and users about what's going on in the "drug death capital of Europe".
How One Town Dealt with the Legacy of the 'Suffolk Strangler'
In 2008, Steve Wright was convicted of the murder of five sex workers. Ten years later, we visited Ipswich to see which memories remain.