On 9/11 Adam Deen drove the streets of north London celebrating. For Adam, an Islamic extremist, the time was coming for PAYBACK.
Dr Hilary Rono is changing lives by preventing and treating avoidable blindness in some of the remotest parts of Kenya.
No A-Levels, no problem. Lewis is an apprentice boat-builder making fast RIBs for a living and earning world-class qualifications on the way.
As the twin towers collapsed on 9/11 neo-Nazi Daniel Gallant prepared to strike the first blows in a racial holy war.
Jimmy Shahinian is WANTED. Dead or alive.
Alice Martin may be young, but with her passion for aeronautical engineering - she's set for a flying start.
Billy McCurrie was 12-years old when his father was murdered by the IRA. At 16, consumed by anger, he went out to find his revenge.
Momina lives with HIV in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Despite her hard experiences she's a strong, ambitious and loving mother.
”When you tell people you make stars for a living, their heads turn and their mouths open.” Dr Kim Cave-Ayland
After fleeing the war in Somalia Fowzia is forced to grow up with the challenge of being seen as 'different'.
Two agents knock on Christianne Boudreau's door and change her life forever.
For design engineer Adrian Westaway, the best inventions need something more - a little bit of magic…
How do you get messages about safe sex and HIV prevention out to young people in a country where more than half the population is under the age of 24
Dr Eleanor Stride is a biomedical engineer working at Oxford University to develop revolutionary new methods for delivering chemotherapy drugs.
What happens when you take an Oxfam supporter on a trip to Zimbabwe to see one of their projects? Oxfam hired duckrabbit to find out.
"Dirty Gypsie Die" tells the story of one Hungarian Roma family whose village has become a symbol of the hatred of Roma that is spreading across Hungary.
Deep in the belly of London's HMS President, Design Engineer Yusuf Muhammed is working on a revolutionary device that aims to save lives.
Andrew Robertson is a music signal processing engineer on a mission to liberate live bands from the tyranny of the click track...
It took just one day at a race-track for Nina Parsons to know that she wanted to be an engineer. Five years later, she’s heading for a career in Formula 1...
Bangladeshi fish farmer Iqtiar Gazi struggles to provide for his family. When a virus wipes out his fish crop he must look to other ways to earn.
Kukwakwata is a fishing expedition that takes place once a year in Zambia's remote Barotse floodplain.
In the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, Dini Koral tells us her harrowing story of the torture and murder of women accused of witchcraft.
Be Myself is the story of one homeless woman in London, documented by photographer Georgina Cranston. It's a tough story, but it offers hope.
Every year during the wet season the swollen Zambezi River bursts its' banks, destroying crops and displacing communities across the Barotse region.
We spent ten days in Eastern Congo following British midwife Sam Perkins in the MSF-supported maternity hospital in the remote outpost of Masisi.
The Selector is the British Council's international radio showcase for the best new music from the UK. The Selector is live...
In a brickfield in Kulna, Bangladesh, Billal and Sufia Mallick work to repay a debt. They dream of a different life for their children.
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