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Interview: Chadden Hunter

Science & Technology Editor, Georgie Hines, sits down with Planet Earth II producer Chadden Hunter to discuss conservation, the challenges of nature filmmaking, and what’s in store next

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Review: Mindhorn

A stroke of genius by Barratt and Farnaby, Mindhorn is an outrageously silly, yet original and witty romp which will have you quoting it for days

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BBC Sport U:SAY Application

Ever wanted to see more behind the scenes of the BBC Sport, and have your voice heard? You can sign up to be part of their pool

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Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

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‘Clean Eating’ – A Food Fad Gone Wrong?

Some of the biggest foodies of our time are turning their ethos’ on their head, but, how serious are the bad claims against ‘clean eating’?

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Review: The Infinite Monkey Cage

Megan Harvey reports on seeing the comedy science duo in front of a live audience at the Museum of Science & Industry

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Alan Sugar: You’re Fired

The Apprentice has turned stale and is unreflective of a healthy business climate; it should be axed

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Review: The Grand Tour, Episode One

The boys are back in town. And in a similar vein to recent weeks, May and Hammond had the nation in stitches

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Documentary picks of the week

Our must-see documentaries this week

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Escaping the stereotype: Gary Lineker and the refugee debate

Ex-England international footballer Gary Lineker has received much criticism from the press after having an opinion on the refugee crisis

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Does it matter whether Britain ever has a black Prime Minister?

Elrica Degirmen pulls apart some claims made by a recent BBC documentary about race, class, and social mobility in politics

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The BBC’s #lovetoread campaign

James Blower introduces the BBC’s new scheme #lovetoread and encourages students to take up the challenge