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BBC Radio 4 

Catrin Nye investigates the glamorous design company that tricked its own staff into believing it was real - through an online universe of fake profiles, and stolen work.

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BBC Trending 

A teenager’s phone helped uncover a vast network of young women who use Instagram to post about self-harm, their thoughts about killing themselves and even their suicide attempts.

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BBC Radio Wales 

Inspirational talks from renowned politicians, entrepreneurs, academics and the stories behind them.


BBC Radio 4 

Germany's new anti-Islamisation movement, Pegida, is attracting a middle-aged, middle class following to its weekly marches around the country. 


BBC World Service 

The number of people with no religion whatsoever is at an all-time high. Society's increasingly open attitude to mixed-faith relationships is generally viewed as a good thing but how do you manage what comes with them?


BBC Asian Network 

When the extremist group Isis declared a Caliphate taking in parts of Syria and Iraq they reignited a debate over the role of an Islamic State. The Ottoman Empire was the last widely recognised Caliphate - or Khilafah in Arabic - and most of those in the Western world have only the faintest, if any, idea of what the word means.


BBC Radio 4 

Surrogacy in the UK is based on trust rather than a legally enforceable contract between surrogate and intended parents. Catrin Nye asks if the system is sustainable.


BBC Asian Network 

New research has highlighted the problem within the British Asian community of blaming the supernatural for mental health problems and it comes at the same time that four members of the same family are found guilty of murdering a young woman they argued was possessed.

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BBC Asian Network 

Tens of thousands of people enter the UK's immigration detention centres every year. They house those the government wants to deport and it spends millions on them. Journalists are not allowed inside so reporter Catrin Nye spent three months speaking to men and women in different centres on the phone - each with their own stories of life in limbo.