Join us for double-dipping doping - and the little known technique of boosting - at the Paralympics in London, the future of the future at the IFA tech trade fair in Berlin, and the second part in our Grinberg Method special.
Produced and presented by Zulfikar Abbany
Whether it's the Olympics or Paralympics, technology is becoming increasingly important and divisive in athletics. Technology has given rise to what some people call techno-doping. South African runner Oscar Pistorius is at the center of the debate.
Report: Ronny Blaschke / Ben Mack / Charlotta Lomas
Officials at London's Paralympic games are doing what they can to stop athletes cheating. And they're not just testing for the usual banned substances like steroids, but they're also keeping an eye out for a practice known as boosting.
Report: Jessie Wingard, London
The International Funkaustellung (IFA) in Berlin is one of the world's largest consumer electronics fairs. With more than 1400 exhibitors, there's everything from snazzy headphones and talk of far more futuristic stuff like self-driving cars.
Report: Chiponda Chimbelu, Berlin
A new study suggests that influenza can be transmitted before symptoms such as coughs and sneezes. The report's co-author Dr Kim Roberts says the findings could have implications for the prevention of seasonal flu epidemics as well as pandemics.
Interview: Zulfikar Abbany
This week, we look at the Grinberg Method and fear. Unlike talking therapies, Grinberg teaches people to recognize how certain events were experienced by their bodies at the time of the event, and how they can respond in a different way now.
Report: Cinnamon Nippard, Berlin