Having sold out all four versions of our new Online Data Journalism courses, we were eager to make some new dates available as soon as possible to meet the demand. The process of translating our training from in-person to a remote online format has thrown up a lot of questions - primarily how to do this without losing the hands-on and practical nature of the courses that makes them so effective.
Whether it's the storm of false reports and unverified information that appear around protests, the danger faced by reporters on the ground from the police and security forces, or the close relevance of a protest to one's own experience and personal history, these events can be the most complex and difficult to cover.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made all of us follow science and heath reports like never before, reinforcing the importance of the work that health and science reporters do. Meet some of the people behind the headlines, sharing their experience of covering the health and science beat during a global pandemic: from misinformation to reliable sources, from scientific and government reports to witnessing human resilience and tragedy.