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In Transition

Trans themes and celebrities have never been more visible. In this edition we ask, is this evidence of broader social inclusion?

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20 May 2016 Issue no: 512

Take It As Red

Redheads throughout history have been reviled and celebrated in equal measure. In this special edition, we take a look at the rarest of hair colours.

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06 May 2016 Issue no: 511

Two Degrees of Devastation

In 14 years, global temperatures are set to be 2°C above pre-industrial levels. The implications of climate change are serious - and happening now.

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21 April 2016 Issue no: 510

Elvis

It’s been 60 years since Elvis Presley's breakthrough single ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ hit the airwaves, and we can still feel the reverberations.

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08 April 2016 Issue no: 509

Zombies

Why are the living dead such a pop-culture phenomenon? And what can these walking corpses tell us about modern society? Find out in this edition.

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28 March 2016 Issue no: 508

Start Your Engines

From first cars to the Grand Prix, vinyl seats and desert races, we delve into the world of cars and find they still make people's engines roar.

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17 March 2016 Issue no: 507

Rebel At Heart

Madonna has always been groundbreaking.But, as the star prepares to tour Australia, we look at whether her cutting edge has been blunted.

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03 March 2016 Issue no: 506

Sound Waves

Alec Baldwin, Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry all do it: they podcast. We take a closer look to try and figure out why podcasts are so damn appealing.

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18 February 2016 Issue no: 505

Not Dead Yet

Almost 50 years after the hilarious antics of the men from Monty Python first hit British TV, they are still kicking (well, most of them).

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05 February 2016 Issue no: 504

The Queen Bey

Bow down – the Queen Bey is here. We take a look at the remarkable, powerful, ever-changing career of Beyoncé.

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22 January 2016 Issue no: 503

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