A podcast from ITN News made in the North of England about issues that affect the North. Each episode we'll look to answer one big question that's getting people talking.
Brianna Ghey: How could someone so young turn into a killer?
As the two teenagers who murdered Brianna Ghey are sentenced to life in prison for at least 20 years, Rob Smith takes a look at how two seemingly ‘innocent’ teenagers became killers, concocting a kill list, luring Brianna into a park and stabbing her, in a "frenzied and ferocious" attack, 28 times.
Does the government's response to the Hillsborough Report go far enough?
It's been more than 30 years since the dealdliest stadium related disaster the country's ever seen - Hillsborough.
Six years ago the Rt Revd James Jones released his report on the establishment response, and since then the families caught up in the tragedy have waited for the goverment to respond.
Now, after seven home secretaries, they have finally got that response - but does it go far enough?
Join Merseyside Correspondents Andy Bonner and Ann O'Connor as they look into the issue, and how those involved feel.
Theresa May: What lessons have been learnt from Hillsborough?
In this special episode of From the North Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner sat down with former Prime Minister Theresa May to ask what lessons, if any, have been learnt from Hillsborough and other major incidents including the Manchester Arena Attack and Lucy Letby.
How did Lucy Letby slip under the radar for so long?
As neonatal nurse Lucy Letby becomes the most prolific serial child killer in modern Britain, Gamal Fahnbulleh joins Mel Barham and Emma Sweeney to look at how she managed to slip under the radar for so long, carrying out her attacks at the Countess of Chester Hospital, unchallenged, for a year.
Lucy Letby will spent her whole life in prison after being found guilty of murdering six babies and trying to murder another six more.
How can we help our mental health during the most difficult times in life?
Over the course of May, Granada Reports presenters Gamal Fahnbulleh and Lucy Meacock spoke to five incredible people about their mental health.
Each person has been through some kind of adversity in their life but has come through the other side. Now, they are offering a message of hope to others who may have been affected by similar issues.
Warning: This podcast touches on a number of issues from addiction and terminal illness to bereavement, bullying and being open about our sexuality.
How can we better deal with bereavement?
In this bitesize episode of From the North Rob Smith takes a look at bereavement, and how we can all better deal with it after a pandemic where so many died in such a short space of time. What can we learn to help us understand about how grief works, and what can we do to lift the stigma around death?
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Love it, let’s have more
More anti white propaganda by any chance??
The British news and media is full of anti white crap
Hope it becomes a weekly thing...