Today in Focus

Hosted by Michael Safi and Helen Pidd, 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. Today in Focus features journalists such as: Kiran Stacey, Pippa Crerar, Alex Hern, Peter Walker, Luke Harding, Andrew Roth, Shaun Walker and Jim Waterson. The podcast is a topical, deep dive, explainer on a story in the news, covering: current affairs, politics, investigations, leaks, and scandals. It might cover, for example, topics such as: the environment, green issues, climate change, the climate emergency and global warming; American politics including: Biden, Trump, the White House, the GOP, the Republicans and the Republican Party, the Democrats and the Democratic Party; UK politics including: parliament, Labour, the Conservative party, the Liberal Democrats, Rishi Sunak, and Keir Starmer; culture; the royals and the royal family, including King Charles III; HS2; the police; Ukraine; Russia; and Bangladesh
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Why is Sunak’s election campaign so chaotic? 29 May 2024 00:24:02
Big beasts have stepped down, a sitting MP has endorsed a Reform UK candidate and the prime minister has already had to have a campaign reset. Peter Walker reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Why is Sunak’s election campaign so chaotic?
Big beasts have stepped down, a sitting MP has endorsed a Reform UK candidate and the prime minister has already had to have a campaign reset. Peter Walker reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
A journey on weight-loss drug Ozempic 28 May 2024 00:27:38
The company behind the weight-loss drug has made millions, but without health insurance it is unaffordable for many. George Chidi reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
A journey on weight-loss drug Ozempic
The company behind the weight-loss drug has made millions, but without health insurance it is unaffordable for many. George Chidi reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Damien Hirst and the dates that don’t add up 27 May 2024 00:29:24
Guardian investigations correspondent Maeve McClenaghan discusses her investigation into some of the work of the artist Damien Hirst that has been dated to the 1990s, years before it was actually made. Art critic Jonathan Jones discusses the impact Hirst’s work has had on him. Help support our indep...
Damien Hirst and the dates that don’t add up
Guardian investigations correspondent Maeve McClenaghan discusses her investigation into some of the work of the artist Damien Hirst that has been dated to the 1990s, years before it was actually made. Art critic Jonathan Jones discusses the impact Hirst’s work has had on him. Help support our indep...
What should kids be taught about sex and relationships? 24 May 2024 00:27:23
The sex and relationships educator Jo Morgan discusses what she believes a sex education curriculum should look like. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
What should kids be taught about sex and relationships?
The sex and relationships educator Jo Morgan discusses what she believes a sex education curriculum should look like. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Rishi Sunak’s big election gamble 22 May 2024 00:25:31
The prime minister has ended months of speculation by calling an election for 4 July. But why so soon? Jonathan Freedland reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Rishi Sunak’s big election gamble
The prime minister has ended months of speculation by calling an election for 4 July. But why so soon? Jonathan Freedland reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Inside Kharkiv as Russia advances 22 May 2024 00:24:02
Shaun Walker reports on Russia’s recent offensive in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Inside Kharkiv as Russia advances
Shaun Walker reports on Russia’s recent offensive in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Could Netanyahu really be arrested for war crimes? 21 May 2024 00:22:31
International criminal court prosecutors have requested arrest warrants for the leaders of Israel and Gaza. Julian Borger reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Could Netanyahu really be arrested for war crimes?
International criminal court prosecutors have requested arrest warrants for the leaders of Israel and Gaza. Julian Borger reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The rightwing Christian group and the battle over end-of-life care 20 May 2024 00:33:12
The Christian Legal Centre is behind a number of end-of-life court cases that could be ‘prolonging suffering’, according to doctors. Josh Halliday reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The rightwing Christian group and the battle over end-of-life care
The Christian Legal Centre is behind a number of end-of-life court cases that could be ‘prolonging suffering’, according to doctors. Josh Halliday reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The children of the contaminated blood scandal 17 May 2024 00:37:14
It is the NHS’s worst treatment disaster – with 30,000 patients infected. Two survivors, Ade Goodyear and Andy Evans, explain why it took so long for it to be brought to light. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</...
The children of the contaminated blood scandal
It is the NHS’s worst treatment disaster – with 30,000 patients infected. Two survivors, Ade Goodyear and Andy Evans, explain why it took so long for it to be brought to light. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</...
What keeps the world’s top climate scientists up at night? 16 May 2024 00:30:48
Hundreds of climate experts expect global temperatures to rise to at least 2.5C (4.5F) above preindustrial levels by 2100. Damian Carrington reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
What keeps the world’s top climate scientists up at night?
Hundreds of climate experts expect global temperatures to rise to at least 2.5C (4.5F) above preindustrial levels by 2100. Damian Carrington reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The 'foreign agents' law that has set off mass protests in Georgia 15 May 2024 00:20:14
The bill requires any civil society organisation that receives more than 20% of its funds from abroad to register as being under foreign influence. Daniel Boffey reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The 'foreign agents' law that has set off mass protests in Georgia
The bill requires any civil society organisation that receives more than 20% of its funds from abroad to register as being under foreign influence. Daniel Boffey reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The growing tensions over immigration in Ireland 14 May 2024 00:26:50
Rory Carroll, the Guardian’s Ireland correspondent, looks at what is fuelling anti-immigrant anger in the Republic of Ireland. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
The growing tensions over immigration in Ireland
Rory Carroll, the Guardian’s Ireland correspondent, looks at what is fuelling anti-immigrant anger in the Republic of Ireland. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Put it down! Should children be allowed smartphones? 13 May 2024 00:29:19
Almost all children have them by the time they are 11 years old – and some get them at four. But are they ruining childhoods? Blake Montgomery reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Put it down! Should children be allowed smartphones?
Almost all children have them by the time they are 11 years old – and some get them at four. But are they ruining childhoods? Blake Montgomery reports. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Rishi Sunak staggers on – but for how long? 10 May 2024 00:24:02
The prime minister is another MP down after Natalie Elphicke crossed the floor to join Labour. With the Conservatives trailing by 30 points after heavy local election losses, what options does Rishi Sunak now have? Guardian political correspondent Kiran Stacey tells Helen Pidd what these losses mean...
Rishi Sunak staggers on – but for how long?
The prime minister is another MP down after Natalie Elphicke crossed the floor to join Labour. With the Conservatives trailing by 30 points after heavy local election losses, what options does Rishi Sunak now have? Guardian political correspondent Kiran Stacey tells Helen Pidd what these losses mean...
Escaping Rafah: on the ground in Gaza’s last refuge 09 May 2024 00:24:06
We hear from two Palestinians living in tents in the city of Rafah. As the threat of an Israeli invasion hangs over them, they decide whether to stay or leave. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>
Escaping Rafah: on the ground in Gaza’s last refuge
We hear from two Palestinians living in tents in the city of Rafah. As the threat of an Israeli invasion hangs over them, they decide whether to stay or leave. Help support our independent journalism at <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/infocus">theguardian.com/infocus</a>

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