French DJ Martin Solveig apologises to Women's Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg for asking if she knows how to "twerk".Read more
Ada Hegerberg had just won football's biggest award when host, DJ Martin Solveig, sparked controversy.
Society rightly craves greater more diversity in the way its businesses, institutions and systems are composed. But is our obsession with measuring this with “rational” metrics ruining any chance of a truly free, fair world? Rory’s joined by the Darwinian philosopher and rationalist Helena Cronin from the London School of Economics – who vividly describes the subject as a “third rail issue – touch it, and you die”. She explains how measuring outcomes – percentage distributions of males and females across the employment world – is a terribly blunt instrument to assess the complex world of sex differences, and the very real issue of discrimination in the modern world. Produced by Steven Rajam for BBC Wales
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Frankie McCamley looks at the psychology, the history and the popular culture around people with body hair.