Today in Focus

Hosted by Nosheen Iqbal and Michael Safi, Today in Focus brings you closer to Guardian journalism. Combining personal storytelling with insightful analysis, this podcast takes you behind the headlines for a deeper understanding of the news, every weekday

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Brazil’s election: a last chance to save the Amazon?

Brazilians will go to the polls on Sunday with a stark choice to make about the future of their country. And it is one that will have far-reaching implications for the future of the planet, too, says Tom Phillips



Mahsa Amini: how one women’s death ignited protests in Iran

Mahsa Amini died in custody after being detained by Iran’s ‘morality police’. In the 13 days since her death, thousands have taken to the streets to protest against the country’s hijab laws



Does Labour have a route out of Britain’s rolling crises?

As a currency crisis joins the cost of living crisis in the UK, Labour has taken a 17-point poll lead. Peter Walker reports from the party’s conference in Liverpool



Lyrics on trial: how US rappers have their music used against them in court

Rappers are increasingly finding their music used against them in criminal trials. But as Sam Levin reports, California is taking steps to limit the practice



The secrets of Lake Mead and the drought exposing them

Drought and overuse have seen water levels drop more than 170ft since 1983, exposing the secrets lying below



Can I Tell You a Secret, episode 1: the beginning

In the first part of a new series, the Guardian journalist Sirin Kale visits a small town in the north of England to uncover how one man began a decade of cyberstalking



How the Champions League final nearly ended in disaster

Liverpool fans attending this year’s Champions League final faced a crush outside the stadium that held stark echoes of the worst day in the club’s history. David Conn has spent months investigating what happened



The police killing of Chris Kaba

The killing of a 24-year-old black man by firearms officers in south London comes at a time of plummeting faith in the police and serious questions about accountability for the new Met chief



The Russian soldier exposing what life is really like in Putin’s invading army

The Guardian’s Moscow correspondent, Andrew Roth, on his extraordinary meeting with ex-paratrooper Pavel Filatyev, the highest-ranking officer to speak about fighting in Ukraine



The Queen’s funeral: power, projection and personal reflection

The state funeral of Britain’s longest reigning monarch will be a profound national moment, and one that may never be seen again, says Sam Knight