Michal Solarski's intimate story of one Polish family living in England, trying to adopt its ways and make their lives in a strange country whilst fueled with nostalgia and a longing to return home to the rural lifestyle they had left behind.
Photographers Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni investigate the effects of toxic waste and dust that has blighted the landscape and the live of those living near the ILVA factory in Taranto, Italy.
Under bombardments by forces loyal to President Assad and a seige that has left much of the city without relief, the residents of Aleppo, Syria, hold on. Lucas Pernin documents their daily fight for life, and freedom.
For over two hundred years, steel production has been key to life in Ostrava in the Czech Republic. Simon Hipkins reports on the last mill in town as the the city's social and economic landscape undergoes great change.
Written by Briony Cambell and Duncan Robertson
08 Nov 2012
After the US elections and the reinstatement of the political status quo the question is what next for America? Briony Campbell and Duncan Robertson followed a trail of fear and hope to see for themselves.
People say it's only a patch of sand, no it's not. It was a unique and valuable wilderness, valuable to Scotland, valuable to the UK and valuable to those of us who live here. This development is a tragedy.
The morning of Saturday 27th July 1996 was bright, sunny and warm. The weather had been the same all week and I felt immensely optimistic about life, I remember having one of those rare euphoric moments when you know that things are going to work out alright.