For Fact’s Sake podcast: Why is the ‘incel’ movement so dangerous?
Episode 4 of For Fact's Sake podcast delves into the world of incels, a misogynistic movement of men who blame women for their lack of romantic success.
For Fact’s Sake podcast: Is Russia losing the information war with Ukraine?
A year after Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, our For Fact's Sake podcast looks at Russian disinformation with Dr Precious Chatterje Doody.
For Fact’s Sake podcast: Will ChatGPT make it easier to spread lies online?
This episode of For Fact's Sake looks at the dangers of AI in spreading misinformation.
Sheku Bayoh: The Inquiry –Episode three
In this episode we hear from police expert witnesses about how else officers could have responded on 3 May 2015, and listen to their views on the dangers of restraint.
Sheku Bayoh: The Inquiry – Episode two
Racism in the police is not just a US issue. It also has a long history in the UK. In this episode we look at what the inquiry has heard so far about attitudes to race.
Sheku Bayoh: The Inquiry – Episode one
In this first of three episodes we look at the evidence, heard by the inquiry, about what exactly happened in the hours leading up to Sheku Bayoh's death.
For Fact’s Sake podcast: Why are young men drawn to Andrew Tate?
For Fact's Sake, our refreshed fact checking podcast, looks at the phenomenon of anti-feminist influencer Andrew Tate.
FFS Show 44: Christmas strikes special
On this podcast we spoke to Eve Livingston about misinformation on the Christmas strikes, and talk about an energy claim thats been made for nearly 20 years!
FFS Show 43: Who Owns Urban Scotland?
This week's episode is a special one, focusing on our series in conjunction with The Herald called Who Owns Urban Scotland.