'To his credit, Morsi did not close any newspapers, any political parties, any web sites, or any television stations. He did not imprison opposition leaders. On the contrary, he freed many political prisoners.'
Oxford University's Professor Farhang Jahanpour gives an alternative view of the recent bloody events in Egypt.
Roy Moodley asks whether some of the spirit-based healing practices of the Black diaspora should be regarded as valid therapeutic interventions
The world music, food and art inter-faith charity fund-raiser for Health Poverty Action is set to return to the Jewish Museum in London on 8 September and hoping for another sell-out success.
Dr Anne Mette Fisker-Nielsen, of London University's School of Oriental and African Studies, talks about how youth members of the Soka Gakkai engage in a non-sectarian way with Japanese politics.
Take an old paint factory in a run-down and poor part of London, add a visionary Turkish director and what do you get? An unlikely theatrical triumph.
Placebos can heal even though they contain no active ingredients. But is there more at work here than positive thinking? Is belief a catalyst for unlocking the brain's own healing power? asks Geraldine Royds-Betz.
The Majestic Plastic Bag is a clever and disturbing Attenborough-style mock documentary about the life of a plastic bag.
“Over the course of its life the plastic bag will cover vast distances through neighbourhoods and across parks . . . the bag will travel hundreds of miles to join the thriving community of plastic known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.”