Normally when interviewing prominent figures from the world of sport there are two givens.
The first is that their back story will be available online so there is no need to ask about it. The second is that there would
A fashion designer has created a ‘poppy hijab’ to commemorate the centenary of the first Muslim soldier being awarded the Victoria Cross for bravery.
Tabinda-Kauser Ishaq, a final year student at the University of Arts in London, also hopes the
Six mornings a week Zahra Alizada is on her bike long before 5am, slipping through the grey pre-dawn in a small pack of women savouring the brief peace on Kabul’s normally hectic, dusty streets.
Afghans rise early, and many of
BBC Ouch catches up with three disabled graduates to find out what they have been doing since leaving university.
Over the last decade, BBC Ouch has followed the progress of three disabled university students. They kept diaries on campus and
A 16ft statue of the world’s first black professional footballer will be unveiled at the FA’s national football centre in Burton on Thursday.
Cast in bronze, it depicts goalkeeper Arthur Wharton flinging himself backwards to tip a ball over the
A new species of hermaphrodite land snail found in Taiwan has been named in support of marriage equality.
Biologists christened the species
Aegista diversifamilia, referring to a diversity of family types, because it “represents the diversity of sex orientation
Band leader Ivy Benson was as famous in the 1940s as Glenn Miller and Dame Vera Lynn, yet her name has not lived on in the public consciousness. Former Spice Girl, Melanie C, wants to make sure her legacy is
Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Grassroots events and activities are held all around the world and, every year since 2010. Find out more here
Stonewall today launches a new guide for young people who think they might be lesbian, gay or bisexual. Launched today ahead of Saturday’s National Coming Out Day, Coming
Out: Answers to Some of the Questions You May Have discusses in
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