Apathy is a concern. It is the enemy of positive action on climate change.
We like to treat things with pills, after all it's the human way. But what if there is a better way to treat human disorders?
In amongst the electronic excitement, there is a cluster of analogue treats.
In the UK we like to think we're kind, but have you ever met the Japanese?
Nia Wyn's latest musical offering is legendary alongside a legend of note.
Adapted from Canadian author Deborah Ellis’ novel ‘The Breadwinner’ it tells the story of a young Afghan girl ‘Parvana’ who disguises herself as a boy to support her family following the imprisonment of her father. Set during Taliban rule, the film is directed by Irish animator Nora Twomey who founded the animation studio ‘Cartoon saloon’.
In Pakistan, slavery is common currency to increase production at the cost of human life.