Tom Breakwell


Meet the British Scientists Who Want to Kickstart Their Way to the Moon

The team behind Lunar Mission One have already raised a third of their £600,000 goal.


I Spied On Russia and Korea from the World's Fastest Plane

Major Brian Shul spent years flying reconnaissance missions in the "Blackbird".


Slaves in the UK Are Being Failed by the UK's Modern Slavery Bill

I spoke to the director of Anti-Slavery International about how the bill - which is being debated in parliament today - could be improved.


Do These British Students Have the Answer to Free Higher Education?

Campaign organiser Deborah Hermanns told me it's all about perseverance.


You'll Soon Be Able to Detect Cancer Using Your Smartphone

I spoke to the people behind a device that hopes to simplify the detection of cancer and other diseases.


Documenting the Next Generation of Drone Pilots

Tonje Hessen Schei's new film focuses on the expert video gamers being recruited to fly drones.


The Smartphone App Fuelling Protests in Hong Kong

I spoke to a creator of FireChat, which was downloaded 100,000 times on Sunday alone.


My Father Was a Terrorist

I spoke to Zak Ebrahim, whose dad helped to mastermind the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.


How Will the Human Body Evolve to Live On Other Planets?

I spoke to the UK's Astronomer Royal to find out.