Calls to radically change how it deals with young men who commit domestic abuse, a simple blood test during pregnancy to detect Down's Syndrome in London and the way GCSE's are graded is to change.
Blood tests during pregnancy to detect Down's Syndrome, TV stereotypes suggest black men can only be actors or sportsman and Gwyneth Paltrow speaks out for working mothers.
Choreographer Hofesh Shechter talks about his new production, Dr. Cathy Ross on ‘Philanthropy: The City Story’, a Lou Reed ‘Fourfer’, Mark Steel and Funky Friday.
Actor and singer Paul Nicholas talks about appearing as Stephen Ward in Keeler, Nell Bryden fresh from stage at The Royal Albert Hall plays live and the Three Track Review.
London's firefighters strike over pensions and their retirement age, Brent Council say they want to ban fracking and tests for Down's Syndrome are being trialled by Great Ormond Street Hospital. Show more
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