Today in Focus

Hosted by Nosheen Iqbal and Michael Safi, Today in Focus brings you closer to Guardian journalism. Combining personal storytelling with insightful analysis, this podcast takes you behind the headlines for a deeper understanding of the news, every weekday 
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After 17 years in prison, will Andrew Malkinson finally clear his name? 06 February 2023 00:28:44
Almost two decades ago Andrew Malkinson was accused of a rape where the victim was left for dead. He has always maintained his innocence and his supporters say the case against him was fatally flawed. Now he hopes new evidence will show he was not guilty. Help support our independent journalism at &...
After 17 years in prison, will Andrew Malkinson finally clear his name?
Almost two decades ago Andrew Malkinson was accused of a rape where the victim was left for dead. He has always maintained his innocence and his supporters say the case against him was fatally flawed. Now he hopes new evidence will show he was not guilty. Help support our independent journalism at &...
The children going missing from Home Office hotels 03 February 2023 00:21:36
More than 200 unaccompanied child asylum seekers have gone missing from hotels used by the Home Office. Mark Townsend reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The children going missing from Home Office hotels
More than 200 unaccompanied child asylum seekers have gone missing from hotels used by the Home Office. Mark Townsend reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Strikes, seatbelts and sleaze: Rishi Sunak’s first 100 days as PM 02 February 2023 00:30:41
Rishi Sunak entered Downing Street promising to calm the markets and stop the scandals, but 100 days in it’s proving a bumpy ride, reports Pippa Crerar. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Strikes, seatbelts and sleaze: Rishi Sunak’s first 100 days as PM
Rishi Sunak entered Downing Street promising to calm the markets and stop the scandals, but 100 days in it’s proving a bumpy ride, reports Pippa Crerar. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The scammers forced to steal people’s life savings 01 February 2023 00:36:38
‘Pig butchering’ crypto scams, where victims are wooed for months before being fleeced, are ruining people’s lives. But how are criminal gangs exploiting trafficking victims – and using fake UK firms – to steal millions of pounds?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.t...
The scammers forced to steal people’s life savings
‘Pig butchering’ crypto scams, where victims are wooed for months before being fleeced, are ruining people’s lives. But how are criminal gangs exploiting trafficking victims – and using fake UK firms – to steal millions of pounds?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.t...
How Putin’s chef became the second-most powerful man in Russia 31 January 2023 00:30:10
Yevgeny Prigozhin went from hot dog seller to the commander of a private army fighting intense battles in Ukraine. But his rapid rise has made him a target, reports Pjotr Sauer. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus<...
How Putin’s chef became the second-most powerful man in Russia
Yevgeny Prigozhin went from hot dog seller to the commander of a private army fighting intense battles in Ukraine. But his rapid rise has made him a target, reports Pjotr Sauer. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus<...
The code of omertà: how a mafia kingpin evaded police for 30 years 30 January 2023 00:25:11
Matteo Messina Denaro was arrested after decades on the run, found hiding in plain sight in Sicily. Lorenzo Tondo and Clare Longrigg report on what it means for the once mighty Cosa Nostra. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com...
The code of omertà: how a mafia kingpin evaded police for 30 years
Matteo Messina Denaro was arrested after decades on the run, found hiding in plain sight in Sicily. Lorenzo Tondo and Clare Longrigg report on what it means for the once mighty Cosa Nostra. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com...
What is the teachers strike really about? 27 January 2023 00:33:09
Over the next couple of months, thousands of teachers are due to strike across the UK. What is the government doing in response to their demand for an above-inflation pay increase? Jessica Elgot reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">t...
What is the teachers strike really about?
Over the next couple of months, thousands of teachers are due to strike across the UK. What is the government doing in response to their demand for an above-inflation pay increase? Jessica Elgot reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">t...
Why are women in Britain having to travel hundreds of miles to get an abortion? podcast 26 January 2023 00:23:30
Record numbers of abortions are being carried out and services are struggling to cope. Why is the system under so much pressure and what toll is it taking on women?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Why are women in Britain having to travel hundreds of miles to get an abortion? podcast
Record numbers of abortions are being carried out and services are struggling to cope. Why is the system under so much pressure and what toll is it taking on women?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
What was behind Jacinda-mania – and why did it end so suddenly? 25 January 2023 00:32:01
Jacinda Ardern became a progressive icon around the world, but despite winning a rare parliamentary majority in New Zealand and gaining plaudits for her handling of Covid, the outgoing prime minister’s legacy is complicated, says Tess McClure in Auckland. Help support our independent journalism at &...
What was behind Jacinda-mania – and why did it end so suddenly?
Jacinda Ardern became a progressive icon around the world, but despite winning a rare parliamentary majority in New Zealand and gaining plaudits for her handling of Covid, the outgoing prime minister’s legacy is complicated, says Tess McClure in Auckland. Help support our independent journalism at &...
Why is Scotland’s gender reform bill so contentious? | Podcast 24 January 2023 00:30:44
The bill was supposed to streamline the way that people can apply to change their legal gender. So why has it sparked a constitutional crisis – and become a culture war battleground?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infoc...
Why is Scotland’s gender reform bill so contentious? | Podcast
The bill was supposed to streamline the way that people can apply to change their legal gender. So why has it sparked a constitutional crisis – and become a culture war battleground?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infoc...
Exposing rainforest carbon credits: why offsetting isn’t working 23 January 2023 00:37:21
A Guardian investigation has found that more than 90% of the carbon offsets verified by the company Verra did not reduce deforestation. Patrick Greenfield reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Exposing rainforest carbon credits: why offsetting isn’t working
A Guardian investigation has found that more than 90% of the carbon offsets verified by the company Verra did not reduce deforestation. Patrick Greenfield reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Biden, Trump and the classified documents 20 January 2023 00:24:59
The discovery of batches of classified documents on Joe Biden’s property presents a headache for the president – but his case is quite different from that of Donald Trump, reports David Smith in Washington. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus"&g...
Biden, Trump and the classified documents
The discovery of batches of classified documents on Joe Biden’s property presents a headache for the president – but his case is quite different from that of Donald Trump, reports David Smith in Washington. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus"&g...
David Carrick and the crisis of trust in British policing 19 January 2023 00:33:00
The conviction this week of one of Britain’s worst sex offenders in recent history was accompanied by a staggering revelation: he was a serving police officer. Emine Sinmaz and Vikram Dodd report. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguard...
David Carrick and the crisis of trust in British policing
The conviction this week of one of Britain’s worst sex offenders in recent history was accompanied by a staggering revelation: he was a serving police officer. Emine Sinmaz and Vikram Dodd report. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguard...
Why are energy companies forcing their way into people’s homes? 18 January 2023 00:32:04
Energy companies have been granted warrants to forcibly switch customers on to pre-payment meters. What are the consequences for people struggling with their bills?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Why are energy companies forcing their way into people’s homes?
Energy companies have been granted warrants to forcibly switch customers on to pre-payment meters. What are the consequences for people struggling with their bills?. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
China’s deadly coronavirus wave 17 January 2023 00:24:56
Having spent much of the last three years with some of the world’s most strict Covid restrictions, China’s relaxing of its rules has coincided with a massive wave of infections just as the country prepares to celebrate the lunar new year. Tania Branigan reports. Help support our independent journali...
China’s deadly coronavirus wave
Having spent much of the last three years with some of the world’s most strict Covid restrictions, China’s relaxing of its rules has coincided with a massive wave of infections just as the country prepares to celebrate the lunar new year. Tania Branigan reports. Help support our independent journali...

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