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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Megan Harvey reports on seeing the comedy science duo in front of a live audience at the Museum of Science & Industry
The boys are back in town. And in a similar vein to recent weeks, May and Hammond had the nation in stitches
Ex-England international footballer Gary Lineker has received much criticism from the press after having an opinion on the refugee crisis
While the US was being lorded over by the Atari 2600, the UK, and most of Europe was getting involved in the home computer
Is the glorification of C-list celebrities damaging the intentions of Sport Relief?
With a different sport’s governing body being in the spotlight each day for a scandal, it’s time to ask for transparency.
Legendary songwriter, activist and radio DJ Tom Robinson talks about gay rights, the Iraq war, and the ideal person to portray him on Life on Mars
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
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’?
The Apprentice has turned stale and is unreflective of a healthy business climate; it should be axed
Our must-see documentaries this week
James Blower introduces the BBC’s new scheme #lovetoread and encourages students to take up the challenge
With its recent changes and historical significance seemingly in conflict, is it time to rethink the BBC’s funding?
Bridget Kendall has given students of Peterhouse hope that the college will no longer be perceived as dominantly right-wing and “stuck in the past”
Toby Webb rounds up the FA Cup First Round results in Gtr Manchester.