Water: A History by KJ Kabza is a remarkable and moving story of human colonists on the planet of Quányuán which is arid to the point of being uninhabitable. Wetness is a concept left back on Earth but this doesn’t stop one elderly woman from stepping outside the safety of the colony whenever she can for the brief opportunity to fully experience the outside world.
Christine McLaren meets the citizen scientists in Australia who are reforesting the ocean.
Denzil visits The See-Through Church of Borgloon.
Steve Royston reminds us that political movements are fine, as long as they’re regular.
Chris Grey looks ahead at what happens next with Brexit and the battle between remembering and forgetting.