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Ecstasy, LSD and magic mushrooms: are these drugs the future of therapy?

Scientists treating depression and a range of other mental illnesses have been running controlled...

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A conversation about Islamophobia in the UK since 9/11

Poet Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan and standup comedian Nabil Abdul Rashid both came of age in the early...

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A conversation about Islamophobia in the UK since 9/11

Poet Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan and standup comedian Nabil Abdul Rashid both came of age in the early...

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Inside Al-Qaida: a recruit-turned-spy, a journalist and the road to 9/11

Few terrorist organisations survive for more than a few years. Al-Qaida was different. Jason...

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Al-Qaida’s road to 9/11 – and why it was never finally defeated

Few terrorist organisations survive for more than a few years. Al-Qaida was different. Jason...

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The children of 9/11

There were 3,051 children who lost a parent on September 11 2001. In the first of three episodes...

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Burnout in the US battle against wildfires

More than 40,000 wildfires have burned in the US so far this year – and the firefighters...

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One hour to escape: the race to get out of a Gaza tower before an Israeli airstrike –podcast

A warning call told residents of al-Jalaa apartment block that their homes were about to be...

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One man’s epic electric test drive – from Land’s End to John o’Groats

With new petrol and diesel vehicles to be banned in the UK from 2030, what can a road trip the...

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One man’s epic electric test drive – from Land’s End to John o’Groats

With new petrol and diesel vehicles to be banned in the UK from 2030, what can a road trip the...

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The big coronavirus questions as a new school term begins

With ministers promising a return to normal in classrooms, it’s a tough time to be a...

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The British citizens stranded in Kabul

Day after day, Ahmad risked his life to come to the airport with his family, British passport in...

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The knock: the families torn apart by an arrest over child abuse images

When the police came to Emma’s door on a Sunday evening, she could never have imagined that...

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The knock: the families torn apart by an arrest over child abuse images

When the police came to Emma’s door on a Sunday evening, she could never have imagined that...

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Revisited: how meme stars of the early internet struck it rich with NFTs

The growth of non-fungible tokens has given rise to huge windfalls for those behind early virals....

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Revisited: Why is Sex and the City coming back to our screens?

Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman discusses why Sex and the City was such a successful TV series,...

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Revisited: the danger – and beauty – of ultrarunning

After 21 competitors died during a 100km mountain race in Gansu province earlier this year, the...

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Revisited: Inside the ’Ndrangheta trial

Guardian journalists Lorenzo Tondo and Clare Longrigg discuss the largest mafia trial in three...

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Revisited: The pandemic scam artists making millions during lockdown

When Rose got an email about a missed parcel, she thought nothing of arranging a new delivery...

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Revisited: why has the Brazilian butt lift become so popular?

The Brazilian butt lift has become the world’s fastest growing cosmetic surgery, despite...

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