For Fact’s Sake podcast: Why is bad diet advice online so dangerous?
The For Fact's Sake podcast looks into diet adn health misinformation online and the impact it can have.
Why are governments restricting TikTok?
Ferret Fact Service explains why TikTok is facing pressure and scrunity in Europe and the US.
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.
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.
The FFS Show 34: Misinformation and unions
Ali and Sam are back with new podcast, looking at unions and how they have evolved.
The FFS Show 27: From the Margins and citizen reporting with Rachel Hamada
Sam and Ali are joined by Rachel Hamada for a special episode to tie in with The Ferret's From the Margins series.
Pro-Russian propaganda spreading in Scots anti-vaccine groups
The Glasgow branch of the White Rose, which organises through the Telegram messaging app, has shared footage from RT, which has been blocked from broadcasting in the UK and EU.
The FFS Show 25: Stopping Ukraine war misinfo with Ernie Piper from Logically
This episode of The FFS Show focuses on Ukraine, and how you can avoid sharing misinformation about the conflict.
The FFS Show Episode 15: Right Said Fred is Wrong about Covid-19 (w/ Nik Williams)
Ali and Sam are back and this week they are asking you: Can you name 3 artists on the music charts back in 1991?