The loneliness line: voicing isolation in Britain today
9 million British adults feel alone. Their stories can help services and society and bring people together.
The future of journalism
On Our Radar gives evidence at the House of Lords Communications & Digital Select Committee on the future of journalism
My pregnancy story
Eastina, our Community Engagement Officer, reflects on her experience of giving birth in Sierra Leone.
Empty chairs: training in a pandemic
Covid-19 has presented challenges, but it has also provided a unique opportunity to innovate and try something new.
Tech v Abuse: “The line between what’s okay and what’s not okay is not clear”
Susie Hay is a psychotherapist and the Head of Research, Evaluation and Analysis at SafeLives. She is working closely wi…
Is Covid-19 a leveller?
We hear from Head of BBC Young Reporter and Radar Associate Josie Verghese on whether the Covid-19 really is a leveller.
Zero malaria starts with me
World Malaria Day every year is commemorated with events all over the world. In Sierra Leone, the National Malaria Contr…
Malaria song released to commemorate son
Radar Reporter, Emmanuel lost his son to malaria. Today he releases a song to ensure other parents know the symptoms.
“For this small amount of gold we risk our lives”
Malaria deaths could double due to Covid-19 disruptions. Some families have no choice but to face that risk.