• 192 days as John Doe

    For decades, unidentified bodies have been consigned to the back rooms of morgues and all but forgotten. Now a handful of campaigners are on a quest to find out who they are and where they come from. Deborah Halber reports.

  • Coming up on Mosaic

    Women who are violent are often categorised as 'mad', 'bad' or 'sad', but these stereotypes do little to help the women or their victims. So how can we better understand this kind of violence? Katharine Quarmby finds out.

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    Dead man’s sperm

    What drives the partners of men who have died to try and have their babies? Jenny Morber delves into the legally and ethically fraught world of post-mortem sperm donation.

  • Eat to treat

    We know that our diet has a huge influence on our health, but is it possible to use food as medicine for a specific disease? Emma Young, who has type 2 diabetes, is sceptical but intrigued.

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    Welcome to the cyborg fair

    Frieda Klotz visited the ‘world’s first cyborg fair’ with one question: are cyborgs a real thing, or are these people just kidding themselves?