Britain has attempted to sever ties with the continent before – and it ended in murder.
Here's the recipe that makes Red Nose Day such a successful fundraising event.
Simpler animal models can give researchers a much clearer picture of human diseases.
More bloodshed lies ahead – but few are taking any notice.
India's transition to a digital economy creates several new opportunities for financial criminals.
Police and the courts have locked up some of Europe's most notorious mob bosses – but the next generation of would-be kingpins are even worse.
They have some big ideas.
New research underscores the importance of positive touch in infancy.
How does the police decide where to send dive teams to search for bodies? They ask scientists for advice.
The slow drip of leaks about the Trump team's Russian connections has given way to something much more threatening.
MPs attacking the public broadcaster's coverage need to get their facts straight.
If you have an Irish granny, a spare €650,000 to spend in Malta, or a hankering for a new villa in Cyprus, then EU citizenship is within reach.
A new fossil study challenges 130 years of thinking about how dinosaurs evolved.
This episode explores how one person's waste can be another's treasure. We talk to scientists trying to eke something useful out of big piles of rubbish and discuss making the economy more circular.
Nothing is where you think it is.
Establishing what happened to lost relatives and brutalised populations is a moral imperative.
Mathematicians make a splash with new theory that could lead to breakthroughs in 3D printing, climate science and forensics.
Parents need to know the truth about formula milk.
Increasing inequality, environmental degradation, financial instability – it's clear the current system is broken.
Eight studies have found that when people were shown ID-style photos of people they'd never met, they were often able to correctly select the person's first name.
Poor literacy impacts a child's life chances – but there may be a rather colourful solution.
A new code of conduct for researchers has been developed by the San peoples of southern Africa.
France's Front National party has tried to distance itself from anti-Semitism – with limited success.
The only thing scarier than the film are some of the reviews.
People suffering hearing loss learn to speak through a combination of lip-reading and watching for visual clues.
Scientific crime scene analysis is more popular in India's pulp fiction than in real life investigations.
Scientists discover a growing fault line in the "neck" region of the duck-shaped comet.
The former deputy first minister was once a feared IRA sniper but became a central figure in the move towards peace.
From handshakes to football matches, the late deputy first minister understood that little gestures go a long way.
Recent evidence seems to deny the benefit of fish oil supplements for heart health. But the quality of the studies is not that great.
The year is 2067. The world has gone vegan and 'meat' is only a horrific memory.
The UK inflation rate has leapt to 2.3% – here's why the government is secretly happy about it.