Covid: What will mask makers do now?
While the easing of restrictions is great news for many small businesses, it means one group of people – those who have made and sold face masks in the past year – have to look for a new way to make money. Lockdown came with a new swell of community spirit and many people turned…
Mulan: Disney remakes and the power of nostalgia during coronavirus
Has coronavirus made us more nostalgic? Can nostalgia help in these difficult times? And with another remake of a classic film – this time Mulan – being released, could Disney exploit that? Click here to read the full article on BBC Newsbeat.
How to stop your glasses steaming up with a face mask
How do you stop your glasses from steaming up when you’re wearing a face mask? This video gives you three ways to try and stop the mist.
Illegal raves: The history from house music to lockdown
There have been lots of reported “quarantine raves” since the coronavirus lockdown – with legal, licensed venues no longer open. The history of illegal raves in the UK can be traced back to the “second summer of love” and “M25 raves” in the late 80s, which gave us bands like The Prodigy. But after one…
RADIO: Coronavirus and ethnic minorities
Why does coronavirus seem to disproportionately affect people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds? A Newsbeat special. Reporters: Imran Rahman-Jones and Gurvinder Gill
Coronavirus and money: What if I can’t pay my bills?
The coronavirus outbreak has left many people in the UK unsure about their income and how they’ll get money while we’re in lockdown. So BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat has been speaking to experts at Citizens Advice England to find out what you can do if you’re worried about paying your bills. Read the full story…