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10
JUL

Is this clickbait?

This week we investigate three scams... and some of them a pretty terrible.

Presented by Cayley Clifford and Paul McNally
Produced by Volume and Africa Check.
12
JUN

Is Your Supermarket Stealing From You?

This week Kate and Paul chat about your feelings towards the lockdown (based on the emojis you sent us) and, as always, get into the hard facts around COVID-19.

Produced by Volume and Africa Check.
20
MAY

COVID-19: Are Masks DANGEROUS For Your Health?

This week Paul and Kate get stuck in to a host of COVID related conundrums. This includes the "possibility" that your mask could be sapping your oxygen and ultimately will kill you...

Produced by Volume and Africa Check.
09
MAR

Coronavirus and other health checks

In this episode we take on two hoaxes about the coronavirus and in the process address some nasty rumours about China.

Produced by Volume and Africa Check. Presented by Kate Wilkinson and Paul McNally.
07
FEB

Coronavirus

The World Health Organisation says that his outbreak has been accompanied by an “infodemic”: “an overabundance of information (some accurate and some not) that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable guidance when they need it."

We explore this and tell you what is crap and what is not.

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