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How the pandemic feeds online trolling
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we behave on the internet. Online trolling is on the rise as people turn to social media to take out their lockdown frustrations. Marie Keyworth hears from Lisa Forte, who used to work for the UK police's...
Has the food industry made Covid worse?
Obesity is a major factor in which countries have the worst Covid-19 death rates, a new report suggests. So could this be a moment of reckoning for food and beverage businesses? Manuela Saragosa hears from John Wilding, president of the World Obesit...
Business Weekly
On this edition of Business Weekly, we look at an alternative view of the economic future, a year on from the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. We hear from musicians on different continents who have found different ways to pay the bills when the li...
Sexual assault in the music industry
As women begin to speak out against sexual violence and harassment, does the music industry face a #metoo reckoning? Manuela Saragosa speaks to her colleague Tamanna Rahman about her investigation for BBC television into numerous claims of abuse, as...
Josephine’s story: Covid hits Kenya
Josephine is a single mother of four in Kibera, the sprawling slum in Nairobi, Kenya. At the beginning of the pandemic she was working as a cook, but soon lost her job, and when the BBC's Ed Butler spoke to her a year ago her situation was dire. In...

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