How Western Travel Influencers Got Tangled Up in Pakistan’s Politics

“Now western travellers had decided Pakistan was worth visiting, and were being treated like saviours.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Nov 12, 2020
Length: 26 minutes (6,568 words)

The Story of a Face

“How a trans woman found the surgery that could restore her sense of self.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Nov 10, 2020
Length: 18 minutes (4,691 words)

‘Machines Set Loose to Slaughter’: the Dangerous Rise of Military AI

“…  it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the idea of ethical robotic killing machines is unrealistic, and all too likely to support dangerous fantasies of pushbutton wars and guiltless slaughters.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Oct 15, 2020
Length: 14 minutes (3,600 words)

Inside the Airline Industry’s Meltdown

“Coronavirus has hit few sectors harder than air travel, wiping out tens of thousands of jobs and uncountable billions in revenue.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Sep 29, 2020
Length: 23 minutes (5,860 words)

The Battle Over Dyslexia

A dive into the contentious and messy world of diagnosing dyslexia.

Author: Sirin Kale
Source: The Guardian
Published: Sep 17, 2020
Length: 25 minutes (6,316 words)

‘I picked up a drink and casually set fire to my life’: how addiction nearly destroyed me

“Find a job, lose the job, go to jail: Guardian reporter Mario Koran found himself in a dangerous cycle. But behind bars, he discovered a new purpose.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Sep 21, 2020
Length: 15 minutes (3,957 words)

How Philanthropy Benefits the Super-Rich

““We should expect inequality to decrease somewhat as philanthropy increases … It has not,” writes Kevin Laskowski, a field associate at the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Sep 8, 2020
Length: 16 minutes (4,043 words)

‘It’s Going to Be Our Way Now’: The Guerrilla Rewilder Shaking Up British Farming

“If we keep on course with this we’ll be left living on a planet full of pigeons and dogs on the beaten-down crust of our own excrement.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Sep 4, 2020
Length: 8 minutes (2,100 words)

I Ran Away To a Remote Scottish Isle. It Was Perfect

“Crowded out of the city by noise and stress, I embraced the wild solitude of a Hebridean island – and found a connection to nature.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Jul 26, 2020
Length: 9 minutes (2,343 words)

‘Knowing It Could Kill You Isn’t a Deterrent’: The Deadly Trade in Diet Pills

“She told her friend she wanted to get into a residential eating disorders clinic. She also ordered more DNP.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Jul 21, 2020
Length: 21 minutes (5,433 words)